The North Carolina Attorney General has sued vaping manufacturer JUUL Labs, accusing the company of targeting children and misleading adults.
A federal judge has ordered the FDA to speed up the premarket review process for hundreds of thousands of vaping products that are already on the market.
The Washington State legislature has passed a tax on e-liquid, but one state legislator is calling on the state’s vapers to ask the governor to veto the tax.
The FDA has approved the premarket tobacco application for Philip Morris International’s IQOS heat-not-burn tobacco product after a two-year wait.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission will enforce an obscure requirement on e-liquid sellers that could quickly force most vaping businesses to close.
As many as 35,000 British visitors to Hong Kong could be at risk of arrest if the government follows through on its proposal to ban vaping products.
Truth Initiative’s latest anti-vaping ad features a GWAR-like heavy metal band singing about the supposed environmental damage caused by vape pods.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will introduce a bill in May to ban sales of tobacco and vapor products to adults and children under age 21.
A new House bill aimed at restricting the vaping industry would ban flavors and online sales, restrict advertising, and limit sales to customers 21 and over.
Drugstore chain Rite Aid announced it will stop selling vaping products but continue to sell cigarettes. Former FDA chief Scott Gottlieb questioned the decision.