Vaping News Weekly Update January 6, 2020

U-Haul’s new nicotine-free hiring policy appears discriminatory towards vapers  A new U-Haul policy will allow the company to discriminate against any applicants that are either smokers and/or vapers. Announced on December 30, 2019, U-Haul is expected to fully enact its new nicotine-free hiring policy on February 1, 2020.  While this new policy is only legal […]

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Vaping News: A Weekly Update – Dec 2

Nova Scotia bans flavoured e-liquids  While various Canadian provinces have been dealing with proposed flavour bans, Nova Scotia has now officially and explicitly banned e-cigarette flavours from being sold in the province.  Announced by Nova Scotia Health Minister Randy Delorey, the ban is set to take effect April 1, 2020. According to Delorey, “this decision […]

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Vaping News: A Weekly Update – November 25th

Massachusetts Senate passes flavour ban In response to the lack of federal regulations, the Massachusetts Senate has decided to enact its own vaping restrictions in an attempt to curb youth vaping in the state. Set to take effect in June 2020, these new regulations would ban all flavoured vaping products (except tobacco), limit nicotine content […]

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Vaping News: A Weekly Update – November 11th

The White House cancels meetings with e-cigarette industry leaders  Under continued rumours of a potential e-liquid flavour ban across the United States, various vaping industry leaders had set up appointments with the Trump administration to voice their concerns and opinions on the controversial topic. However, on Monday night and the early hours of Tuesday morning, […]

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Vaping News: A Weekly Update – November 4th

Dispelling the “gateway theory” myth in vaping Since the advent of vaping, various researchers have made claims that e-cigarettes serve as a “gateway” to traditional cigarette use. However, a recent study (published November 5, 2019) in Nicotine & Tobacco Research calls this theory into question and finds that causation may just be correlation. To arrive […]

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