CHICAGO - Julia Louis-Dreyfus won't find herself and her e-cigarettes welcomed in Chicago any longer.
The actress, who stole national attention Sunday night when she scandalized the world on camera with an e-cigarette in her mouth, will not have a repeat performance in the Windy City now that the Chicago City Council has banned e-cigs from indoor public places, including bars and restaurants, as well as within 15 feet of building entrances.
Even Illinois' U.S. Senator Dick Durbin joined PC mob and raged against Dreyfus' bad behavior; even signing onto a letter condemning the Golden Globe Awards for allowing e-cigs on camera.
Outraged by e-cigs, Senator Durbin seems undisturbed with young viewers seeing marijuana smoking on the big screen or even in front of them in their homes.