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Juul’s chief told employees across the U.S. that, starting immediately, they could no longer use its products inside at work and that future vaping at San Francisco headquarters must happen outside under a tent to be erected specifically for the purpose.
Juul told its employees on Dec. 11 that California-based employees can no longer vape at their desks, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The company, based in San Francisco, is enforcing a 2016 California law in which e-cigarettes are banned in th
San Francisco-based company Juul bans vaping in its offices / E-cig maker came under pressure from local authorities in San Francisco
recent scientific studies suggest secondhand marijuana smoke may pose health risks similar to those posed by tobacco smoke. A recent laboratory study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association concluded that “secondhand smoke can exert sim
The Negeri Sembilan Health Department has denied selling ‘Dilarang Merokok’ (No Smoking) signboards at food eateries and restaurants in the state. The department has also not appointed any party, including health officers to sell the signboards to any eat
New Otago University research shows we’re floundering in our quest to be smokefree by 2025, needing five times as many Maori to quit each year, and twice as many Pakeha. The Government receives around $1.8 billion a year directly from tobacco excise tax,
The Smoke-Free Ontario Act, 2017 (SFOA, 2017) now regulates the sale, supply, display, promotion, and use of tobacco and vapour products (e.g., e-cigarettes), as well as the smoking of cannabis for medical or non-medical purposes.“Any place where smoking
Cancer campaigners want the NSW government to ban tobacco vending machines, slap a licensing regime on cigarette sellers and strengthen smoke-free environment laws in a bid to save lives. As the Berejiklian government and the Labor opposition enter elec
The Housing Podcast team is joined by Lee Sugden of Salix Homes and Emma Lindley of Ashfield District Council to ask if social landlords have a role in helping tenants quit smoking – and if so, what it is.
“It is treated as a tobacco possession that would result in a paddling or two days of in-school suspension, and of course if you are caught a second time your punishment will increase,” said Faulkner. The following statement was issued by JUUL Labs: “JUUL