Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for the day of Thursday 20 June 2019. (Update the news at 10h35)
FRANCE: VAP-ACCESS OPENS A NEW BOUTIQUE IN BAYEUX!
It is in 2003 that Stéphane Aguay and Christophe Albert, the managers, opened the first shop Vap-Access, In Nantes. The brand they created is designed to give customers the benefit of their e-cigarette expertise. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: A 75% TAX ON THE VAPE IN THE MASSACHUSETTS WHO INQUIRES!
The state of Massachusetts is preparing to impose an excise tax of 75% on the products of the vape. E-cigarette vendors urged lawmakers Tuesday afternoon to reconsider this legislation arguing that it would hurt state shops and adult smokers trying to quit smoking. (See the article)
FRANCE: "TOBACCO IS NO LONGER IN FASHION" BY A PHYSICIAN
For Dr. Sofio, prevention manager at the Haute-Vienne Cancer League, the decline in tobacco consumption should not overshadow the risks of other addictions, drugs and alcohol. It is about the image conveyed and the ability to say no that he wants to work. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: NEBRASKA SCHOOL CHECKS NICOTINE AT STUDENTS!
A Nebraska high school is taking action to crack down on youth vaping. The Fairbury Public School will begin randomly testing nicotine in students. The director stated that 20 at 25 students would be randomly selected for tests about nine times per school year. (See the article)