LA weekly posted an article about actor Corey Fieldman standing up to the decision to ban E-cigarettes in Los Angeles. Although he is far from A-List, does this kind of publicity help?
I like to think so, it is far too often we see banning of e-cigarettes get passed by city ordinances and not a word is spoken about it. The more people that have the power to speak back and try to get the restrictions noticed by the public, the better it is for our community. I doubt anything will come from it, but it is still nice to see people speaking out against these bans and making it in the press.