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Commenting on Flavor Bans: What Should You Discuss?

Flavor bans are probably the most common current threat to vaping in states and municipalities—and next year we’ll probably see more of them. Usually...

Michigan Flavor Ban Comment Deadline Is Oct. 23rd

Oct. 19 update The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services hearing on the flavor ban rule is tomorrow, Oct. 20, at 9:00 a.m. Details...

86,000 Disposable Vapes Seized by Customs Agents

U.S. Customs agents seized 86,000 disposable vapes Wednesday at the Port of Lehigh Valley in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) says the...

Vaping Better Than NRT to Quit Smoking, Says Cochrane Review

A new Cochrane review says that vaping nicotine is more effective for smoking cessation than using nicotine gum or patches. The new publication, which...

Amanda Wheeler Will Lead New Small Vape Trade Group

A new vaping industry trade association launched Monday, with the goal of representing small businesses trying to navigate the FDA’s complex regulatory pathway for...

Major Survey of European Nicotine Consumers Launched

An important survey of nicotine consumers across Europe is launching today. The survey will gauge public opinion ahead of 2021 European Union (EU) revisions...

Vape Taxes and Cannabis on State Ballots Nov. 3rd

Voters on Nov. 3 will be choosing the U.S. President and Vice President, 35 U.S. Senators, all 435 U.S. House of Representatives members, and...

Suffolk County, NY Legislator Proposes Tobacco 25 Law

A Suffolk County, New York legislator has proposed a ban on sales of tobacco and vaping products to anyone under age 25. Federal and...

Federal Appeals Court Hears Deeming Rule Challenge

A recent rulemaking policy change by the Trump administration may have been partially prompted by concern over a vaping industry lawsuit challenging the FDA...

Michigan Gov. Whitmer Pushes a Permanent Flavor Ban

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is again trying to ban flavored vaping products through executive rulemaking. But this time, instead of a temporary “emergency” rule...

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