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DC Vaping Allies List Growing, Offering More Hope
Despite the failure of the pro-vaping Cole-Bishop Amendment to pass the Senate, the list of vaping supporters in Washington is growing. The new FDA commissioner, who is apparently pro-vaping, has been asked by a Senate chairman to take action to alleviate the burden placed on the vaping industry by... Read more
New Vaping Laws Take Effect in United Kingdom
Britain’s new vaping laws are now official, having taken effect on Sunday May 21. In addition to e-cigarettes, cigarettes are also subject to new laws, including standardized packaging that features extremely graphic health-risk warning labels. The goal of the new laws is to encourage smokers to quit and at... Read more
The E-Cigarette Bans Put Public Health at Risk
An opinion piece in the National Review echoes the sentiments of the vaping community and medical professionals around the world as it calls on the Trump Administration to stop defending the current FDA vaping rules. Now that the amendment to the rules that could have saved many vaping products... Read more
FDA Head Confirmed that Supports Vaping
Scott Gottlieb has been confirmed as the head of the Food and Drug Administration. This could be good news for e-cigarette users and the vaping industry because Gottlieb has a record of being level-headed and science-oriented when it comes to his attitude towards vaping. He has also stated that... Read more
Vape Shop Owners Sound Off On Regulations
E-cigarette shop owners are fighting back against the United States Food and Drug Administration, stating that the community is poised to help smokers quit the dangerous habit but that the agency isn’t doing them any favor by over-regulating the burgeoning market. Over the past year, the FDA has implemented... Read more
Could E-Cigarettes Land You in Legal Trouble?
As vaping laws change around the world it’s important for vapers and vape product retailers to understand the laws, whether we like them or not. Though things are looking up in America for the future of vaping, and some other countries like England are already ahead of the game... Read more
Small City Pushes Back Against FDA on E-Cigarettes
As previously promised, the village board of the city of Hartland, Wisconsin is going forward in its fight against the Food and Drug Administration to help save a local vaping company from potentially disastrous legislation. At issue is the FDA’s testing requirements, which will cost Johnson Creek Enterprises and... Read more
H.R.2194 Could Save Vaping from Deeming Regulations
Another bill has been introduced in the House of Representatives with the aim of saving e-cigarettes from the potentially disastrous FDA deeming rules that are set to take effect fully by August of 2018. Representative Duncan Hunter, a Republican from California, introduced The Cigarette Smoking Reduction and Electronic Vapor... Read more
New Vape Friendly Surgeon General Replaces Anti-Vape One
On the heels of FDA chief nominee Scott Gottlieb’s pro-vaping remarks during his confirmation hearing comes more news from Washington that could be good news for vapers: Surgeon General Vivek Murthy has resigned. Murthy made headlines as well as some enemies late last year when he sent out a... Read more
The E-Cigarette Fake News Problem
When most people think of the phrase “fake news,” the first thing that comes to mind is the 2016 American Presidential election. However, it’s also a term that fits in nicely with what’s happening to e-cigarettes. Fake news has been growing in all areas for the past few years;... Read more
More Smokers Turning to E-Cigs to Quit Per CDC
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that e-cigarettes are now the top method smokers use to quit smoking. But the organization threw in a negative aspect of their report by proclaiming that most smokers who use e-cigarettes fail to completely give up tobacco cigarettes. CDC released... Read more
US Navy Boots E-Cigarettes From Ships
The United States Navy is putting its foot down when it comes to e-cigarettes. Time is reporting that the military branch announced last Friday that it is placing a temporary ban on e-cigarettes that goes into effect on May 14. This ban will be put into place for sailors,... Read more
E-Cigarette Laws Change in Britain for the Worse
The atmosphere for vaping in Britain has generally been far more positive than it is in the United States, ever since the Royal College of Physicians declared that vaping is at least 95 percent safer than smoking. But now another British organization has done an undercover operation that has... Read more
Trump Nominee for FDA Sees Vaping Favorably
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, President Trump’s pick to head the Food and Drug Administration, has criticized the FDA’s handling of tobacco products in the past. He wrote in 2012 that the FDA has neglected its duty to “guide new medical innovations to the market.” As a longtime critic of the... Read more
Big Tobacco Moving Away from Smoking?
While anti-smokers and health advocates bemoan the fact that people are still smoking, one company seems to believe that it’s only a matter of time before smoking is gone for good: tobacco giant Philip Morris. The company is spending large amounts of money on new facilities that focus on... Read more
Montana Looks to Tax Vape Products at 74%
Lawmakers in Montana are looking to join the increasing number of states that are adding e-cigarettes or e-liquid to the definition of tobacco products. If the current legislation goes through, the state would be imposing one of the largest e-liquid taxes in the country. The proposal is to raise... Read more
Indiana Vape Law Gets Amendments & Advances
Indiana’s troubled vaping law has been amended in the latest round of efforts to get the law passed. The new amended legislation passed a State House panel by a vote of 12-0 and will now move on to the full House. The bill eliminates much of the original law’s... Read more
New York Proposing Increased Vape Tax
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s proposed state budget includes a plan to increase dwindling revenue from cigarette sales as more smokers kick the habit: a tax on e-cigarettes. Of course, that is not the official reason being given for the proposed vaping tax increase, but it would certainly help... Read more
Dr Siegel Calls Out Surgeon General’s Lies
Dr. Michael Siegel, a professor at Boston University School of Public Health, has once again voiced his opposition to U.S. policies on e-cigarettes and vaping. In a recent article, Dr. Siegel takes on the U.S. surgeon general, accusing Dr. Vivek Murthy of lying to the public because he calls... Read more
E-Cigarette Etiquette Guide Released
In the United Kingdom, where vaping is widely accepted as a safer alternative to smoking, there has been some recent focus on another aspect of vaping: etiquette. With vaping allowed in some public places where smoking is not, etiquette experts decided the UK’s two million e-cigarette users should have... Read more
Stop the Vape Ban Campaign Hopes To Help H.R. 1136
The FDA Deeming Authority Clarification Act of 2017 is a bipartisan bill that was introduced to change the Food and Drug Administration rules that could put many vape shops out of business and leave e-cigarette users with few options for purchasing vaping products and supplies. The bill is supported... Read more
Big Companies Preparing for Regulations
As the Food and Drug Administration’s deeming rules for e-cigarettes are getting closer to being the law, some companies are preparing for the rigorous testing that their vaping products will have to go through in order to remain on the market. The companies getting ready are mostly the ones... Read more
New Mexico to Apply Smoking Laws to Vaping
New Mexico is on its way to joining the states that are banning e-cigarettes under smoking bans. On March 7 the state Senate passed a measure to include vaping in the state’s smoking ban. The vote was 30-10, with some Republicans expressing disagreement not only about vaping being included... Read more
Arkansas Committee Votes Down E-Cig Restrictions
While anti-vaping warriors continue pushing for laws to restrict or outright ban vaping across the country, one state, at least for now, won’t be including e-cigarettes under its indoor smoking ban. A Senate committee in Arkansas voted on a bill that would have banned e-cigarettes everywhere in the state... Read more
Indiana Vape Law Overhaul Passes Senate With Ease
In a win for the Indiana electronic cigarette industry, the bill to overhaul the existing monopoly that one security firm held has successfully passed the Senate. As this publication has previously reported, the Indiana e-cigarette law further restricted health and safety protocols within the state for vape companies, including... Read more
Support of Vaping Silenced by Government
Former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was once accused of preventing scientists from freely reporting their findings. Now under Justin Trudeau’s watch something similar is happening and it’s not just speculation. There is a very real effort being made to outlaw the publication of scientific data on a certain... Read more
Changes to Indiana Vape Laws Advances to Full Senate
Indiana’s vaping law that created a monopoly and placed severe restrictions on the manufacture of e-liquid is one step closer to being dismantled. The bill that aims to completely overhaul the law was passed by a state Senate committee on February 22. From a legal standpoint, the Indiana vaping... Read more
Bipartisan Effort to Save E-Cigarettes in Congress
A Republican and a Democrat in Congress have joined together to try to help e-cigarette sellers and users who could be harmed by the Food and Drug Administration’s deeming rules. Republican Tom Cole from Oklahoma and Democrat Sanford Bishop from Georgia want clarification of the grandfather rule that sets... Read more
Johnson Creek Vapor Getting Assistance From Unlikely Place
In a fight that gets uglier by the week, one electronic cigarette shop in Wisconsin is getting help from an unlikely source: the village board of Hartland. Johnson Creek Vapor, which is located in and employs about 50 people in Hartland, has recently asked for assistance from the village... Read more
Electronic Cigarette Taxes Cause Disabled Workers to Lose Jobs
Pennsylvania’s heavy-handed tax on vaping products has forced many vape shops in the state to close their doors. Some others are barely able to keep afloat while paying the 40 percent tax on vapor products they purchase for resale, but have been forced into other cost-cutting measures, like laying... Read more