The Vapor Technology Association (VTA) is spending a lot of money to get a TV commercial seen by one person: Donald Trump.
A Michigan Court of Claims judge issued a preliminary injunction, putting Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s flavored vaping product ban on hold.
Reynolds American Inc. has submitted the first announced application to the FDA for marketing approval of an e-liquid-based vaping product.
A new U.S. House bill would limit the nicotine strength in vaping e-liquid to 20 mg/ml---about one-third the strength of the e-liquid in a JUUL.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has ordered a ban of all flavored vaping products, including those containing nicotine, THC and CBD.
Last week vapers got some help in court, suffered more flavor bans, and geared up to challenge two state bans with new lawsuits.
National Save Vaping Day, happening Oct. 7, is an initiative to encourage vaping vendors to donate profits for one day to advocacy efforts.
The cannabis industry is asking Congress to legalize and regulate marijuana, and consumers to discard any black market cannabis oil products.
In a brutal week for e-cigarette users, more states announced vaping bans, and vaping businesses in two states launched lawsuits to stop them.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker will impose an immediate temporary ban on all vaping products---cannabis and nicotine, flavored and unflavored.