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Agency to pursue lowering nicotine in cigarettes to non-addictive levels and create more predictability in tobacco regulation By FDA News Release | July 28th, 2017 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced a new comprehensive plan for tobacco and nicotine regulation that will serve as a multi-year roadmap to better protect kids and significantly reduce tobacco-related disease and death. The approach places nicotine, and the issue of addiction, at the center of the agency’s tobacco regulation efforts. The goal is to ensure that the FDA has the proper scientificRead More
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Some state legislators are trying again to cripple the vaping market. Press of Atlantic City | July 9th, 2017 They’ve revived last year’s proposal to restrict the nicotine-bearing vapor produced by electronic “cigarettes” to just three flavors — tobacco, menthol or clove. In short, they want to ensure that vaping, the more healthful alternative to smoking tobacco tastes like the cancer-causing habit it helps people overcome. The legislators, led by state Sen. Joseph Vitale, D-Middlesex, claim that any other of the hundreds of vaping flavors already in the market couldRead More
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A married Plainfield couple is suing two Joliet vape shops, alleging batteries purchased there for an e-cigarette exploded and caught fire- By Steve Schmadeke | June 28th, 2017 In the husband’s pants pockets, leaving him with second and third-degree burns and hurting their love life. Scott Schroeck’s wife, Denise, alleges in the suit against Rockin Vape, Tobacco Zone and battery manufacturer LG that she lost her husband’s companionship after the June 12 incident. The negligence and product liability lawsuit filed in Cook County circuit court this week alleges the batteriesRead More
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A provision to protect mom-and-pop vape shops from an industry-destroying FDA regulation died in the current budget battle between President Donald Trump and the Democrats. By John Pacenti | May 2nd, 2017 The Democrats were intent on killing any of Trump’s “poison pills” in the current budget deal, and while most of the attention was on the president’s border wall — you know the one Mexico was going to pay for — the provision to protect the vape industry became collateral damage. The Cole-Bishop Amendment would have restricted the FoodRead More
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Posted On April 12, 2017By Frank ArditoIn Headline News

E-Cigarette Tax Fix Moves Forward In Kansas

The Kansas House voted Tuesday to substantially reduce a tax the state had struggled to enforce on e-cigarette liquid. By Megan Heart | April 6th, 2017 At the end of the historically long 2015 session, the Legislature approved a bill that included a 20-cent tax on the liquid used to create a vapor in electronic cigarettes. The tax technically came into effect at the start of 2017, but the Kansas Department of Revenue has yet to collect it due to confusion about whether the full volume of liquid or onlyRead More
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Posted On March 15, 2017By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, The Buzz

Encouraging Vaping To Help Reduce Smoking

Cigarettes deliver smoke into the user’s mouth and then the lungs. The smoke comes from burning tobacco, and it is that burned tobacco smoke that is the most dangerous aspect of cigarette smoking. By Stephen D. Sugarman | March 13th, 2017 That smoke also delivers nicotine to the smoker, and the initial and often ongoing pleasure obtained from the nicotine is what typically makes many smokers enjoy the product. But since nicotine is addictive, it is what tends to make smokers hooked. Whatever the pleasure, if any, that smoking provides,Read More
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The vape industry currently stands on the edge of complete demise thanks to regulatory overreach. By Brittany Hunter | February 24th, 2017 However, two Congressmen, Reps. Tom Cole (R-OK) and Sanford Bishop (D-GA), recently introduced legislation, which, if passed, may grant the e-cigarette industry a much-needed reprieve. The FDA is, without a doubt, one of the worst offenders of cronyism. Over the past year, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has targeted the e-cigarette industry, using false claims and fear-mongering to pass regulations that will likely put the majority ofRead More
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Posted On February 22, 2017By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, The Buzz

Program Encouraging Kids To ‘Escape The Vape”

A local program is working to spread a message to prevent children from entering the vaping world at such a young age. By Pheben Kassahun | February 21st, 2017 The message is “Escape The Vape” and that is exactly what the program is called. Tiffany Jenson is the founder of Escape The Vape. “We discovered that vaping had started in the early 2000s and was largely off of people’s radar and as they found out about it, it looked like a safe alternative to smoking. “As people started to get toRead More
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A vape shop that serves as an employer of disabled individuals is being forced to cut hours and delay new staff hires due to a 40 percent tax on e-cigarettes in Pennsylvania. By Steve Birr | February 10th, 2017 Close to one-hundred e-cigarette shops have closed since the tax took effect Oct. 1. The tax applies retroactively to all vape businesses in the state, which is proving fatal for many. Tony Myers, owner of About It All Vapors, focuses part of his business on training and hiring adults with special needs. Myers’ shopsRead More
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One in four high school teens who have used e-cigarettes have also tried a potentially dangerous new vaping method called dripping- By Ryan W. Miller | February 6th, 2017 dropping e-cigarette liquid directly onto the hot coils of the device to produce thicker, more flavorful smoke — a new study found. “Dripping,” which differs from normal e-cigarette use that slowly releases the liquid from a wick onto a hot atomizer, may expose users to higher levels of nicotine and to harmful non-nicotine toxins, such as formaldehyde and acetaldehyde — known carcinogens. Sixty-four percent ofRead More