The California Assembly has passed SB 793, a bill that will ban sales of flavored vaping products in brick-and-mortar retail locations.
A new FDA anti-vaping campaign attempts to shame and humiliate teenagers who vape by portraying them as hopelessly addicted to nicotine.
The Montana health department has withdrawn its proposal to impose a rule banning flavored vaping products, bypassing the elected state legislature.
A bill banning U.S. Postal Service shipment of vaping products is expected to receive a vote in the House of Representatives in September (or sooner).
The FDA has accepted for substantial review a PMTA submission for a flavored e-liquid made by Virginia e-juice manufacturer AVAIL Vapor.
The FDA intends to defer enforcement of premarket review requirements against some cigar manufacturers, which is scheduled to begin Sept. 9.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will soon decide whether to sign a restrictive vaping bill that would wipe out the state’s thriving independent vape industry.
Juul Labs has submitted an application for marketing approval to the FDA, six weeks before the deadline for all vaping products to submit PMTAs.
A new study by American researchers shows that tax increases on vaping products cause corresponding increases in cigarette smoking.
The California Assembly will probably take a final vote soon on a bill that would ban flavored vaping and tobacco products.