Vap'News offers you your flash news about the e-cigarette for Wednesday 13 June 2018. (Update the news at 10h50.)
FRANCE: POPULATION SAYS CANNABIS THERAPEUTIC!
Will you see dozens of coffee shops flourish in France? Unthinkable just a few years ago, the question is now incongruous. Several brands have already opened here or there, the latest in the 11st arrondissement of the capital. Authorities response? Total radio silence! (See the article)
CANADA: HEALTH CANADA ANNOUNCES INVESTIGATION ON TOBACCO CONSUMPTION
FRANCE: BORROWER INSURANCE, IT'S TWICE MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE TO VAPOTE!
According to the insurance code, any person who has never smoked or smoked during the last 24 months at the time of the signing of the contract is considered as non-smoker. Fans of vaping via electronic cigarettes are also considered smokers. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: PENNSYLVANIA URGES E-CIGARETTE
In Pennsylvania, the House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation that could ban the sale of electronic cigarettes and other vaping products to minors. (See the article)
HONG KONG: MORE STRICT REGULATION OF E-CIGARETTE
So that young people do not fall into the world of vaping, the Hong Kong government has proposed stricter regulation on electronic cigarettes and other alternatives to smoking without prohibitions. (See the article)