The Republican leader of the Indiana Senate, David Long, declared this week that he would work at fixing the situation at the next legislative session, in January 2017.
The controversial vaping law that has been the subject of multiple lawsuits, gave a single security company, Mulhaupt’s, the right to elect the e-juice manufacturers who could continue their business in the State and stop the others. Allegations for possible corruption led the Federal Bureau of Investigation to probe into the circumstances of its passage as the some of the firms credited had ties with the racing and casino industries.
Republican Senator Ronnie Alting who sponsored the Indiana vaping law admitted, end of September before the Public Policy Study Committee, that the law was unfair to the Indiana vaping industry.
Senator Randall Head whose position was against the law in 2015 and 2016, is likely the one to carry the bill at the 2017 sessions of Senate Committee on Civil Law.