VAP'BREVES: The news of Wednesday 25 January 2017

VAP'BREVES: The news of Wednesday 25 January 2017

Vap'brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for Wednesday 25 January 2017 day. (Update the news to 06h20).


UNITED STATES: ANGRY VAPOTERS BEFORE THE CAPITOL IN PENNSYLVANIA


Many vape shop owners gathered in front of the Pennsylvania State Capitol to lobby lawmakers. Indeed, they are asking for a reform of the current 40% tax that currently forces businesses to close throughout the state. (See the article)


BELGIUM: WAVE OF CONTROL IN THE POINTS OF SALE OF E-CIGARETTES


The FPS Public Health agents control the points of sale offering e-cigarettes. The goal: to check their compliance with the new regulations (See the article)


UNITED STATES: DUNCAN HUNTER SENATOR URGES TRUMP TO RESPOND TO E-CIGARETTE


Senator Duncan Hunter has asked the new President Donald Trump to repeal, or at least delay, the first regulations for e-cigarettes. (See the article)


RUSSIA: WITH ANTI-TOBACCO LAWS, VAPOTAGE IS INCREASING IN THE COUNTRY.


With the advent of many anti-smoking laws in Russia, e-cigarettes have begun to gain popularity. In just "a few years" this industry has established itself in the world and begins to make its way in Russia. If you can buy vaping devices all over the country, many questions are starting to arise (vape in young people, safety of the vape, explosion of batteries, vaping in public spaces.) (See the article)

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