The Los Angeles City Council is considering a new motion that will ban electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) at certain establishments throughout the city, reports LA Weekly.

Councilman Mitch O'Farrell wants e-cigarettes to have the same restrictions as regular cigarettes, making them illegal to smoke in elevators, supermarkets, offices, restaurants, city beaches or within 25 feet of playground equipment, bleachers, backstops, sports courts and fields, and picnic areas.

In addition, LA Weekly reports the council is looking at a motion that would raise the e-cigarette purchasing age to 18. Currently, electronic tobacco has no age limit for customers.