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The city is planning to file suit Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court against eight companies that sold e-cigarette products to people under age 21 in the past month, the Emanuel administration said. The sales were part of a sting operation launched by
Although Brooks vapes and promotes its health benefits, he said he strongly disagrees with big companies like Juul. He said he believes in the importance of personalizing the vaping experience for each person and does not agree with the big companies’ ta
to me the Juul [marketing] seems more egregious,” he said. “To me that really captures more of the essence of a young person’s mind than a cartoon character like Joe Camel ever could.” But not everyone is convinced that the accusations against Juul carr
BO Vaping, created by the premium e-cigarette provider J WELL, and Ignite CBD, the premium CBD brand founded by Dan Bilzerian, are collaborating on a new product. The creative designers behind BO have engineered technology to offer consumers Ignite’s pure
NATO has submitted a letter to Gottlieb that makes the following points: During this past summer, 96.7% of the retailers passed FDA-sponsored compliance checks by not selling an e-cigarette to an underage youth. Retailers undertake significant efforts to
Alameda, CA is considering an ordinance to license tobacco retailers and prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco products. Retailers are arguing that chewing tobacco should be exempted becuase theh claim the average age of those that chew is 40.
the industry’s youth smoking prevention activities fall broadly into five main categories: (1) family involvement self-help booklets, (2) school-based smoking prevention programs, (3) programs to prevent youth from accessing tobacco, (4) mass media campai
If ballot initiative I-185 passes Tuesday, it will mean an additional $2-per-pack tax on cigarettes and levy a tax on e-cigarettes, which are currently not taxed in Montana. The tobacco tax initiative has become the most expensive ballot measure race in
law enforcement officials have long been suspicious of how electronic cigarettes are marketed, and last week Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer filed injunctions against three e-cigarette companies: Los Angeles–based VapeCo and its parent company, NEwh
For years, Defendants have been using their popular social media accounts to glamorize the use of electronic cigarettes (also known as vaping) and to target youth. Using the same marketing techniques that big tobacco used a generation ago, Defendants’ web