DC Vape Group Vows To Fight FDA Regs And ‘Junk Science’ About Vaping
A new vape industry group is promising to fight tooth and nail against “junk science,” severe regulations and widespread misinformation about vaping. The Washington, D.C.-based Vapor Technology Association (VTA) represents manufacturers, importers, wholesalers, distributors, suppliers and ...Continue Reading...
AEMSA Helps Prepare E-Liquid Manufacturers For Regulations
We have all see it coming, but what are you doing to prepare your business for them? Get started ahead of time and save your business. If regulations do fall on your e-liquid manufacturing company, then you want to be prepared. AEMSA is a non-profit organization that will give your company ...Continue Reading...
France Advised To Ban Vaping In Public
As it stands, those in France aren’t allowed to vape on public transport, enclosed workplaces, and areas with children. In other words, it’s totally acceptable to vape in a pub, club, café, or restaurant, as many people in France do. However, France’s Health Authority said on ...Continue Reading...
Map Of Pending Tax Threats To Vapor Products
15 states are still considering imposing excise or “sin” taxes on vaping products, a policy prescription that Americans for Tax Reform fundamentally opposes in every state with ongoing threats. Vaping is not only tobacco-free technology products; they are actually effective smoking ...Continue Reading...
FDA Could Trigger Massive Black Market
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) could start a massive black market and turn millions of vapers back to cigarettes if it pushes ahead with stricter regulations on e-cigarettes. One of the largest surveys of vapers ever conducted shows vast numbers of former smokers and those who have ...Continue Reading...
Giving Thanks To Attorney General
In previous news, Iowa’s Attorney General Tom Miller spoke his opinion about vaping to other public officials. In an article published by the Des Moines Register, they give thanks, “we thank him for sharing his thoughts and encourage other public officials to look at e-cigarettes ...Continue Reading...
2016 Kicks Off With New Regulations
Politicians are starting 2016 with one thing in mind, vaping regulations. Falling in line with Chicago, the use of vaping is no longer allowed indoors in public places in Oregon. As of January 1st, House Bill 2546, signed last year by Governor Kate Brown, also bans vaping in restaurants, bars, ...Continue Reading...
Chicago Is Set To Put A Tax On Vaping
Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration is seriously tackling vaping, almost as if vaping were the major problem Chicago is facing right now. Starting New Year’s day, the city will introduce a tax on vaping products called The Liquid Nicotine Product Tax. The tax, which will apply along with ...Continue Reading...
Congressman Push To Regulate Vaping Products
GOP Rep. Duncan Hunter of California urged House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to reconsider her party’s anti-vaping stance and support changes to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that could save 99 percent of the vaping industry. After the passage of the spending bill Friday, Pelosi ...Continue Reading...
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