Vap'News offers you your flash news around the e-cigarette for the 21 June 2019 Friday. (Update the news at 10h31)
USA: E-CIGARETTE EXPOSED TO THE FACE OF A TEEN!
It all started when Kailani Burton bought a steaming kit for his teenage son Austin, hoping he would use it to quit smoking. In March of last year, she and her husband were sitting quietly in the living room when they heard a loud noise. (See the article)
BELGIUM: SURPRISE FOR CUSTOMERS WHO CAN NO LONGER BUY E-CIGARETTES ONLINE!
For two months, Robert (name borrowed because he wants to remain anonymous) no longer manages to order his e-cigarettes on a French website. The latter now seems to simply respect Belgian law. The FPS (Federal Public Service) Public Health, reminds that the law states that you can not buy cigarettes, electronic or conventional, on the internet. (See the article)
CANADA: 74% INCREASE IN YOUNG VAPORS IN ONE YEAR!
In one year, the number of young Canadians from 16 to 19 years who vapotent increased by 74%. The Canadian Cancer Society is calling on provincial governments to raise the legal age for using electronic cigarettes at 21. (See the article)
MAURICE: THE POLICE IS TRACKING THE E-CIGARETTE ALWAYS PROHIBITED!
Despite the high demand and the fad, electronic cigarettes are still banned from selling in Mauritius. That's what a trader from Grand Bay learned at his expense this Thursday 20 June. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: OREGON VALIDATES 65% TAX ON E-CIGARETTE
The Oregon House on Thursday approved an increase in the state's tobacco tax to bridge the Medicaid deficit. Legislators voted by 39 to vote against 21 to pass Bill 2270, which would increase the tax on 2 cigarettes and impose a new 65% tax on the wholesale price of electronic cigarettes. (See the article)