Chicago became the second major U.S. city to ban the smoking of e-cigarettes in most public spaces. (Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images | Bloomberg via Getty Images

Chicago became the second major U.S. city to ban the smoking of e-cigarettes in most public spaces. (Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images | Bloomberg via Getty Images

Get ready to take that habit outside, e-cigarette smokers.

The Chicago City Council on Wednesday moved to ban the smoking of e-cigarettes in most indoor public spaces — including restaurants and bars — in addition to anywhere within 15 feet of a building entrance, just as traditional cigarettes are regulated under the city’s existing indoor smoking ban.

Only four aldermen voted in opposition to the e-cigarette ban, while 45 voted in favor of the proposal backed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

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