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The inner workings of a Fifty-One electronic cigarette, or e-cig, which was designed to help smokers quit and to get rid of the harm of second-hand smoke.

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Sitting across from a pregnant public health official, Terry Loeffler didn't think twice about puffing several times on his cigarette.

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Despite statewide legislation banning smoking indoors, he leisurely blew smoke toward Jessica Peterson, Douglas County Public Health educator, while the two were sitting in a conference room at Henry's Foods in Alexandria last week.

Loeffler, the director of sales and marketing at Henry's, is an ex-smoker.

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