Following our reporting on the Loveland, Colo., measure to ban flavored vaping throughout the town limits, we wish to report that the city council has opted to pushback the vote to February of next year.

We only mention this because the news regarding a vaping and smoking prohibition in the city of San Francisco, Calif., voted to also postpone a pivotal vote related to this measure until next year.

Both stories are still developing.

The Loveland Reporter-Herald reported that the city council members voted 6 to 2.

On November 24, the council voted 6 to 3 to pass the ban on first reading.

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