Mar 2, 2016 7:32 PM
CHANGING FAMILIES - Starting next month, e-cigarettes will no longer be allowed on commercial airline flights. The Transportation Department made the announcement Wednesday.
Some individual airlines had already banned e-cigarettes, but the new rule applies to passengers on all U.S. and foreign airlines flights.
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