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Some don’t view use of the devices as harmful to themselves or others.
The majority of e-cigarette users have “vaped” in a smoke-free environment and most don’t view use of the devices as harmful to themselves or others, according to a U.S. study.
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The FBI seems to share an opinion with many vapers in Indiana that the state’s new vaping laws look a little fishy. The agency has been interviewing lawmakers and business owners in Indiana, according to the Indianapolis Star, trying to get answers on a bizarre, strict law that is shuttering vape businesses in the state and giving a special power to one local business.
This is a reblog from author Guy Bentley. Original article: http://bit.ly/1RqX8HW
A county’s experiment in e-cigarette taxes has resulted in a massive failure, with the amount of money the Council expected to raise falling short by 75-85 percent.
Maryland’s Montgomery Council passed 30 percent tax on the wholesale price of e-cigarettes in May 2015. “I’m very proud that Montgomery County is in the forefront of national policy in this area,” said the bill’s chief sponsor and council member Tom Hucker (D-East County). The Council expected to collect a cool $1.5 million to $2.5 million per year...
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This is a reblog from author: Guy Bentley. Original article: http://bit.ly/1TzmT9B
A New York judge handed a victory to vapers Feb. 5, declaring vaping is not the same as smoking and e-cigarette use is not necessarily banned in all the same places as smoking.
“An electronic cigarette neither burns nor contains tobacco,” said the court. “Instead, the use of such a device, which is commonly referred to as ‘vaping,’...