Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Monday 13 May 2019 day. (Update the news at 10h25)
UNITED STATES: ALTRIA, JUUL AND BAT SUPPORT LEGAL AGE OF 21 FOR VAPE!
A dozen states and more than 450 local governments have already raised the minimum age from 18 to 21. Congress will soon consider a federal ban. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to introduce a bill and a body of lawmakers who are already introducing their own laws. Altria, Juul and British American Tobacco - America's largest manufacturers of cigarettes and e-cigarettes are supporting this effort. (See article)
USA: FDA MUST ACT AGAINST VAPE!
A parent advocacy group is asking the FDA that companies selling e-cigarettes will no longer be able to have alternative marketing solutions for children. (See article)
UNITED KINGDOM: IMPERIAL BRANDS ACCUSES JUUL OF TRYING TO ATTRACT YOUNG PEOPLE!
Tobacco giant Imperial Brands lashes out at rival Juul, comparing high-nicotine products to 'bordering on legal' products and accusing it of attracting younger customers towards vaping. (See article)
GREECE: MOBILIZATION TO COMPLY WITH ANTI-TOBACCO LAW
At the Booze Cooperativa, a bohemian café in central Athens, blue ashtrays, like chess sets, are part of the decoration. The customers, leaning on the long wooden tables, can without embarrassment chain one cigarette after another despite the anti-smoking law passed in 2002. (See article)
FRANCE: NO "MISSION WINNOW" LOGO ON DUCATI FOR THE MOTO GP DU MANS
The Winnow logo which appears on Ducatis (and Ferraris in F1) will be banned from Bugatti on pain of a fairly heavy fine. Of course, Claude Michy, the promoter of the GP has nothing to do with it ... (See article)