Mayor Joe Krovoza says the idea is to add e-cigarettes to the city's existing anti-smoking in public places ordinance.
"In the absence of federal attention to this cities are left to deal with it and we certainly will here in Davis, we never shy from a big issue and here we go again tonight," says Krovoza.
Fans of e-cigarettes say the devices are less harmful than the real thing.
Meanwhile, Sacramento city officials say they currently have no plans to consider banning e-cigarettes.
(AP) - California is regaining responsibility for providing medical care at an eighth state prison after 10 years of oversight.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will fund a year-long study at UC Davis for researchers to test out ways to reduce unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions and preserve the effectiveness of the medication.
Most people who have used an aid in dying drug in other states have been white and highly educated. Will California follow the same trend even with the state’s diverse demographics?
Several Sacramento area hospitals appear on a recent Consumer Reports list of U.S. hospitals with low cesarean section births. Medical experts attribute a rise in the maternal mortality rate partly to an increase in C-sections.
(AP) — Congressional Republicans from California are urging President Barack Obama's administration to reject the state's request to sell insurance policies to undocumented people through its health insurance exchange.