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Are E-Cigarette Flavors Being Banned?

Vapers and producers alike feel the burn after San Francisco passed Proposition E, which reportedly bans retailers from selling flavored e-liquids to stop rising teenage consumption of vape products. Once major companies caught wind of the possible flavoring ban, they…

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Restrictive Vape Laws Send Consumers Underground

In July of 2016, the state of Indiana passed down strict regulations for manufacturers of e-liquid products. The laws required acquisition of a license, detailed batch records, and security from production to sale. In many ways, Indiana’s e-cigarette laws mirror…

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Pennsylvania Vape Tax “A Catastrophe”

Legislators in Pennsylvania recently passed a $1.3-billion revenue package at the expense of e-cigarettes. The 40% wholesale tax on e-cigarettes, e-liquids, and vaping devices are upsetting many local shops. The deal, signed by Governor Tom Wolf, is an extension of…

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New FDA E-Cigarette Regulations Coming

E-cigarettes will soon be regulated under tobacco products as a rule proposed by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). The rule is currently being reviewed by the White House Office of Management and Budget’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.…

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Insurers are Treating E-Cigarette Users as Smokers

Do the insurance companies see a difference between e-cigarette users from smokers? It seems that according to James Daley of the Telegraph, apparently not. It’s well known that smokers pay a premium when it comes to health or life insurance,…

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Rep. Tom Cole Proposes E-Cig Bill

In other vaping news, H.R. 2058 (e-cig bill) is making its way through Congress. Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) has proposed a bill to amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to change the grandfather date for products deemed tobacco products.…

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