Los Angeles County has extended its bans on e-cigarettes and smoking to include outdoor areas near bars, restaurants, and outdoor food vendors.

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors placed some serious restrictions on where people can smoke in unincorporated Los Angeles. In less than 30 days, the new smoking ban will prohibit nicotine and cannabis smokers from lighting up within 25 feet of outdoor seating for local bars and restaurants, and within 40 feet of any street food vendors.

Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, who championed the effort to update county codes, said last week the ordinance was written to cover yet-to-be-developed technologies that deliver nicotine, cannabis or tobacco.

Read more at www.la.eater.com and www.nbclosangeles.com