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Move to raise legal age: Washington and Seattle regulatory report

5th March 2019 | Regulatory reports |

North America
United States
Washington
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports

As we look at the state of Washington, and its biggest city Seattle — where according to latest figures 14.7% of adults in the state smoke and youth e-cigarette use is at 13% — we find law makers are turning their attention to the minimum age at which you can purchase vaping products

Flavours facing fresh scrutiny: New Jersey regulatory report

4th March 2019 | Regulatory reports |

New Jersey
North America
United States
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports

In our latest look at the rules and regulations of New Jersey we find that new tax and public vaping regulations have been now been enacted. However, many bills remain in the Assembly or the Senate from last year with little or no movement

New York State regulatory report

13th February 2019 | Regulatory reports |

New York
North America
United States
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports

This updated report looks at around 30 new bills to restrict vapour products which have been introduced to the New York State Assembly and Senate since the 2019 legislative session convened on 9th January

Q&A on the FDA’s flavour ban announcement

21st December 2018 | Regulatory reports |

North America
United States
Policy and Politics
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports

US FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb issued a statement in November outlining the agency’s new policy to prevent youth accessing flavoured tobacco products – but what did it really mean, and what will it add up to in practice?

Texas regulatory report

15th November 2018 | Regulatory reports |

North America
Texas
United States
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports

Our latest report on e-cig regulation in Texas has updates on age restrictions, notification, retail channels, public usage, advertising and marketing, relevant laws and relevant bodies

PMI and Juul launch legal action against Chinese copyists

9th October 2018 | Regulatory reports |

Asia
China
North America
United States
Companies
Regulation and Legislation
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The two leading brands in the vaping and heated tobacco sectors, Juul and Philip Morris International (PMI), are both engaged in active fights with Chinese companies over their intellectual property rights

Relabelling and repackaging options could ease legal burden for US manufacturers

24th April 2018 | Regulatory reports |

North America
United States
Washington
Marketing and Retailing
Policy and Politics
Public Health and Medicine
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports

There could be some relief for manufacturers of “tobacco related” products for the US market who have been restricted by the complicated legal process of obtaining authorisation from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the form of a premarket tobacco product application (PMTA).

Wholesale or volume taxes: a state-by-state analysis of US vapour taxation

7th March 2018 | Regulatory reports |

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Eight US states currently tax e-cigarettes: five apply a volume tax, at a rate per ml of consumable product; three apply a wholesale tax, based on price sold at wholesale in the state – and several other states have tax proposals on the table

Substantial equivalence: Eclipse and Glo – same difference?

1st March 2018 | Regulatory reports |

North America
United States
Companies
Regulation and Legislation
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BAT has chosen to seek market authorisation in the US for its heat-not-burn product Glo on the basis of its “substantial equivalence” to a previous product, Eclipse – but what are the pitfalls and the advantages in this approach?

US tribal territories – a unique opportunity for the vaping trade?

22nd February 2018 | Regulatory reports |

North America
United States
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports

There are more than 320 tribal territories (Indian reservations) in the US, administered by federally recognised tribes – subject to federal, but not state laws. This affects the tobacco trade in various ways and may have interesting implications for e-cig sales

Proposed tax rate increase: North Carolina regulatory report

12th January 2018 | Regulatory reports |

North America
North Carolina
United States
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports

North Carolina’s current regulatory status is explained by the ECigIntelligence team of analysts: decisions are made at state level for state-wide uniformity; vapour products are included in the definition of tobacco products; and the taxable rate of e-liquids could raise by 40% in a proposed move.

Los Angeles: proactively restricting e-cigarettes

11th December 2017 | Regulatory reports |

California
North America
United States
Policy and Politics
Public Health and Medicine
Regulation and Legislation
Regulatory reports

Los Angeles takes an active approach towards electronic cigarettes, including them in the definition of tobacco products for purposes of the Tobacco Retailing License and public smoking restrictions