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.
The Dutch cancer association KLF, along with well-known anti-smoking activists, is suing four tobacco companies for murder and other charges.
A Michigan man died of a fentanyl overdose last week after vaping the opioid mixed into e-liquid. He had bought the drug on the internet.
U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) vaped during a House committee meeting, prompting vapers to ask if such stunts help or hurt their cause.
A meta-review of nine studies purports to show a gateway from youth vaping to smoking. However, all that’s shown is an association between them.
The first E-Cigarette Summit in Washington, D.C., was a mixed day of vaping sympathizers and haters. Vaping360 wraps it up, with videos.