Nothing seems to be able to push the Trump administration back in its desire to tackle vaping. As reported CNBC, President Trump said that "very important announcement”Would take place next week regarding the regulation of e-cigarettes in the country. Due to recent health problems linked to “e-cigarettes”, it plans to raise the minimum age for the use of vaping products from 18 to 21 years.
Another bad news for vaping from the United States. Not long ago, the President <br><br>Donald Trump explained that his administration intended to change the rules about the minimum age in force, to use an e-cigarette. The US president says he wants to fight the plague that his country has suffered for several months:
"We have to take care of our children, and that's the most important thing. So we will definitely decide to set a new minimum age limit at 21 years. In addition, other strong measures will be announced about the regulation on electronic cigarettes as early as next week ".
In September, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) was very clear and said this: "do not use the electronic cigarette anymore". For the US government agency, these products are extremely harmful to health. The vape industry has recently been shaken by the statements of Siddharth Breja, the former CFO of Juul. He accuses the company of having sold 1 million contaminated electronic cigarettes and claims that the CEO at the time was informed ...
Since September, New York State has banned the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes. For several years, vaping has become commonplace among young people. Andrew Cuomo, Governor of the State of New York has justified this emergency measure in this way.