Should e-cigarettes be regulated like regular tobacco? That's a question Minnesota lawmakers are grappling with this legislative session.
Hearings on a pair of new bills were held Tuesday at the Capitol. One of the bills would classify e-cigarettes under the state's existing indoor air law, meaning they would be banned inside public places.
Another bill would specifically ban e-cigs from schools and gives cities greater power to set rules for e-cigarette sales.
Several other e-cigarette bills have also been introduced this session.