OKLAHOMA CITY – Bills under consideration in the Oklahoma House this week touch the use, and

possible regulation, of electronic smoking devices.

Two of the bills would place some regulation of e-cig sales within the same broad title of state law as tobacco products, while fashioning regulatory limitations and some protections for the devices. Either of those could represent a slowing of the anti-e-cigarette juggernaut in Oklahoma over the past year, financed in large part by a state government agency.