North Carolina Senate Bill 286 moved forward in the House yesterday for e-liquid manufacturers. If passed, all e-liquid containers sold in the state would need to be child-proof. All containers would also be required to include a safety label stating the most common adverse events when nicotine liquid is ingested improperly: vomiting, nausea and eye irritation.
The bill has been referred to the Committee on Commerce and Job Development. If it passes, the new rules would be effective December 1st.