Vap'News offers you your flash news about the e-cigarette for the day of Thursday 23 May 2019. (Update the news at 06h39)
FRANCE: AMBITION, THREE QUESTIONS FOR THE EXTRAVAPE MANAGER
Launched in 2013, Extravape is a distribution concept for electronic cigarettes that offers a wide range of very high quality e-liquids, in particular composed of 100% natural flavors, and on certified original material. Permanent support for smokers wishing to permanently quit traditional cigarettes is systematically implemented. (See article)
UNITED STATES: BEVERLY HILLS FORBIDDES SALE OF TOBACCO!
"It reflects the values of our community," says the mayor of this Los Angeles neighborhood who has already imposed drastic restrictions on cigarettes. However, some posh bars may continue to sell their cigars. (See article)
UNITED STATES: NORTH CAROLINA / JUUL, A FREIGHT TRIAL ...
The lawsuit filed in North Carolina against electronic cigarette maker Juul is "frivolous" according to George Jamerson, director of government relations at The Heartland Institute. (See article)
SOUTH AFRICA: MERGER BETWEEN BAT AND TWISP DISRUPTS SOME ACTORS OF TOBACCO!
Two big players in the tobacco industry will be able to intervene in the proposed merger between British American Tobacco (BAT) and electronic cigarette maker Twisp, the Competition Tribunal has said. (See article)
UNITED STATES: VERMONT AGREES TO PASS LEGAL AGE TO 21 FOR VAPE AND TOBACCO
Vermont Governor Phil Scott has signed a law making Vermont the 14th US State to raise the age of tobacco sales to 21 years. The 21 Tobacco Act will come into force on 1er next September. Phil Scott has also signed another law banning the online sale of electronic cigarettes to consumers in Vermont. It will come into force on July 1er. (See article)
UNITED STATES: CONNECTICUT IS PROMOTED IN FAVOR OF A RISE OF THE LEGAL AGE
A bill that will raise the minimum age for purchasing tobacco products and e-cigarettes in Connecticut from 12 to 21 has passed the House by 124 to 22. The bill, which is heading now to the Senate, has been amended from its original version to exclude a ban on flavored vaping. (See article)
SINGAPORE: COUNTRY WANTS TO SMOKE INTO CABINS!
Singapore started installing smoking cabins with integrated air filtering this week as cigarette addicts are often forced to stealthily smoke in the streets of the city-state which takes a very negative view of tobacco. (See article)