Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for the 23 April 2019 Tuesday. (Update the news at 10h03)
SWITZERLAND: NICOTINIC VAPOTAGE MUST NOT LURE US!
The new law on tobacco products and e-cigarettes should ban advertising for all of these products and not just for tobacco, writes Dr. Rainer M. Kaelin, former vice-president of the Swiss Lung Association. (See the article)
The 2020 General Assembly session will take place in a few months, but lawmakers are already preparing for next year. Senate majority caucus chair Julie Raque Adams, R-Louisville, said lawmakers are considering increasing taxes on e-cigarettes during the 2020 budget session. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: PAX LABS LIFT 420 MILLION DOLLARS!
Pax Labs, the famous e-cigarette manufacturer, today confirmed the closing of a 420 million dollar fundraiser, including existing investors, Tiger Global Management and Tao Capital Partners, as well as new investors, including Prescott General Partners. Today, Pax Labs is valued at 1,7 billion. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: TOBACCO FREE FLORIDA LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN AGAINST VAPOTAGE SPIDER!
In the United States, Tobacco Free Florida is launching a new campaign against the teenage vaping epidemic. The goal is to discourage young people from using electronic cigarettes. (See the article)