Six special interest health policy groups are petitioning two federal courts to be allowed to step in and defend the FDA’s “deeming rule” in court.
The Australian Senate is conducting an inquiry into legalizing vaping with nicotine, and longtime tobacco control activists aren’t happy about it.
Vapers in the U.S. should assume that research studies about e-cigarettes will exaggerate the harms and underplay the benefits of vaping.
A federal judge ruled for the FDA, and said the agency’s “deeming rule” that regulates e-cigarettes as tobacco products is valid.
England’s official tobacco control plan is the first in the world to encourage smokers to switch to vaping, following Public Health England’s 2015 recommendation.
Wrigley Gum is suing a Chicago-area vaping e-liquid manufacturer for using its iconic Juicy Fruit and Doublemint gum trademarks since 2014.
A new law in Henderson, KY, may prevent the county jail from selling e-cigarettes to prisoners. Prison staff support the inmates having the vapes.
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids president Matthew Myers issued a press release calling the independent vaping industry “tobacco interests.”
Four men face prison and fines in Thailand after being arrested for selling e-cigarettes and e-liquid. Importing and selling vapor products is prohibited.
A coalition including vaping advocates, local retailers, and tobacco giant RJ Reynolds will try to repeal San Francisco’s ban on flavored tobacco products.