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Sen. Johnson asks outgoing administration to stop enforcing rules that are...

The Senator became renowned as an advocate of the vaping industry back in May, as 5 days after the FDA announced the implementation of...

Totally Wicked announces that the FDA is forcing it to close...

Totally Wicked is a British company with operations in both the EU, and the US. It landed on American Soil in 2008 where it...

North Dakota defeats tobacco tax increase proposal

Since the implementation of the FDA’s deeming rule last August, vaping products in the US are regulated as tobacco products, therefore vapers around the...

Last registrations for E-cigarette conference 2016

The conference is being organized by consultants and event organizers Smithers Rapra, and will be taking place between the 6th and 7th December, at...

Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin gets re-elected

Following Feingold’s election loss in 2010, his supporters hoped that these elections would turn the tables, and contribute to the Democrats taking back the...

FDA allows use of unapproved e-cigs for scientific research

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s announcement included that these unapproved devices can only be used for research as long as they meet compliance...

FDA’s deadline for receipt of first documentation

Companies who fall under this time bracket are expected to first fill out and send an online Tobacco Health Document  “including all documents developed...

Another pro-vaping organization, the BEAA joins forces with the VTA

The BEAA, an organization founded in March of 2015, which serves similar purposes as the VTA, but on a smaller scale locally in Alabama,...

SFATA hosting annual conference and B2B expo

Trying to survive in this post deeming rule environment, most business owners will most certainly be looking forward to a Q&A session with Mitch...

Two major vaping associations team up in an attempt to save...

Californians will be voting on Proposition 56 on the 8th of November, and should it pass the state will become the fifth following Kansas,...
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