State e-Cig Laws & News
We can always count on CASAA to have a plan of action against e-cig regulations. Take a look at an overview of CASAA's action plan for the recently proposed FDA regulations and see what YIOU can do to help.Continue Reading
As a participant in the vapor industry since late 2008, Glenn has seen a lot of changes! It seems these changes are moving at warp speed, with the exception of proper regulation. Now that the proposed deeming regulations have been published, he finds them quite troubling. See what Glenn Kassel of SFATA has to say about these changes.
HB 5689 would require the Illinois Department of Public Health to establish standards for 'special packaging' for all eliquid to be sold in which could take anywhere from six months to two years to actually become law. Until these regulations have become law, the sale of all eliquid in Illinois will be banned.Continue Reading
Like New York and Chicago, just yesterday L.A.’s City Council in a 14-0 vote collectively banned e-cigarette use in public places where smoking has already been banned.Continue Reading
HB 112 would give unelected and non-expert bureaucrats at the Utah Department of Health (DOH) the power to set quality and manufacturing standards for all electronic cigarette products (devices, mods, atomizers, batteries, battery chargers, etc.) that are imported or sold within the State of Utah.