State legislature considers e-cigarette tax; many communities banning public use
E-Cigarettes could soon be taxed and banned from public places, just like regular cigarettes.
Proponents see them as a way to stop smoking, but others see them as another harmful habit.
Tobacco shop owner Robert Reichert says his e-cigarette is helping him kick the habit. He opposed Gov. Chris Christie's suggestion to add a $2.70 tax to the devices and their refills. "For them to categorize...