Amid violence in host country Panama, the Framework Convention for Tobacco Control (FCTC) will postpone its COP 10 meeting until next year.
On Tuesday, Ohio voters overwhelmingly supported a ballot initiative that will legalize recreational marijuana use, possession and sales.
The FDA has ordered a manufacturer of nicotine lozenges to remove its “unauthorized” products from the market or face enforcement.
Ontario will join Canada’s federal government in a plan to double current taxes on vaping products and send half the proceeds to the province.
The FDA has charged 20 small retailers with selling unauthorized Elf Bar disposable vapes, and is seeking punitive civil money penalties.
The 2023 National Youth Tobacco Survey shows vaping by kids in grades 6-9 at 7.7 percent---a decline of 61.5 percent since its peak in 2019.
A manufacturer is seeking financial compensation from vape shops for selling products it says infringe its trademark on the name "Ice.”
Because of declining cigarette sales, state governments in the U.S. and countries around the world are looking to vapor products as a new source of tax revenue.
Altria Group vape subsidiary NJOY has filed a federal lawsuit, asking the court to stop the import and sale of popular disposable vapes.
The British government is proposing a “smokefree generation” law that will increase the legal age to buy tobacco by one year each year.