Vap'News offers you your flash news about the e-cigarette for the day of Thursday 9 May 2019. (Update the news at 10h38)
UNITED STATES: WALMART INCREASES LEGAL AGE FOR PURCHASE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS!
Walmart will increase to 21 the minimum age for the purchase of tobacco products. As of July 1er, the growing list of retailers increasing their age index will increase. This was stated by the company in a letter to the Food and Drug Administration. (See the article)
CANADA: THE STATU QO WOULD BE AGAINST PRODUCTIVE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TOBACCO!
There you go! It's back for a new offensive against vaping! At least that is what Flory Doucas, of the Quebec Coalition for Tobacco Control, suggests in his latest article inviting the government to appeal the judgment of the Quebec Superior Court. (Coming soon on Vapoteurs.net)
UNITED STATES: ANTI-TOBACCO AND ANTI-VAPE REGROUP IN CALIFORNIA
Several community organizations will be in Oroville, California tonight for a smoke-free, no-go party. This grouping is organized as part of the efforts of the American Lung Association of California to reduce the use of products for smoking and spraying. (See the article)
FRANCE: TOBACCO, THE LOBBY OF RAMASSE-MAGOT!
Very active and endowed with copious financial means, the cigarette lobby defends the interests of companies also champions of the tax optimization. Several parliamentarians are worried and sound the alarm. (See the article)
PALESTINE: GOVERNMENT TRY TO REGULATE TOBACCO SECTOR
Tobacco production in the Palestinian territories has increased dramatically over the past decade, fueling a whole sector of activity. But local cigarette production is beyond the control of the Palestinian government, which is struggling to impose its authority on the sector. (See the article)