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December 16, 2017

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Efforts to Ban Minor E-Cigarette Usage is Losing Steam

[Michigan] ~ Efforts to ban minor electronic cigarette usage is start to lose strength in the Michigan House of Representatives, where the sponsor told Capitol Correspondent Tim Skubick, his efforts to cobble together compromise is not coming together. A couple of months ago, Representative Henry Yanez, District 25, was upbeat about banning e-cigarettes for minors and then taxing the product and

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Congress Seeks Stronger FDA E-Cigarettes Regulations

A new Department of Agriculture appropriations bill is currently under consideration in Congress. It includes a special exemption from the Food and Drug Administration review for certain tobacco products, to include electronic cigarettes. Congress, the FDA, and the courts have been debating for years just how e-cigs should be regulated. The bill, as it currently stands, would limit the

Active shooter

Active Shooter Suspect Surrenders For an E-Cigarette

[Washington] ~ The Grant County Sheriff‘s office stated an active shooter suspect is in custody following a day-long standoff in the Lakeview area of Soap Lake Sunday afternoon. The suspect, identified as Jason McIlwain, 32, was perched in a tree within the area between Road 20 NW and St. Andrews NW, and had fired three shots when officers approached. McIlwain


New Mathematical Model Predicts E-Cigarette Nicotine Output

Scientists in the United States have developed the first model that can predict the amount of nicotine emitted by an electronic cigarette, with up to 90 percent accuracy. Researchers from Virginia Commonwealth University collected data from various e-cigarette devices, the concentration of the e-juice, and the length of time a vapor might inhale from one puff.  The researchers then


Baltimore, Howard County Bans E-Cigarettes in Public

[Maryland] ~ The Howard County council has unanimously approved a bill banning the use of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers in all public places. The bill was approved Friday, 31 July. The bill was introduced by Councilman Jon Weinstein, District 1, an Ellicott City Democrat, at the June council’s voting session. The bill builds on the county’s

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