The postponement of the 2020 Conference of the Parties (COP9) to the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) to next year could be good news for the tobacco alternatives sector
State legislatures across the US have begun new sessions, with e-cigarettes high on the agenda and a number of proposed bills to prohibit the sale of most flavoured vaping products
Illinois, Vermont and Maine are the latest US states to overhaul their tax codes to treat e-cigarettes like tobacco products
Various US jurisdictions have adopted new tax regimes or amended existing ones that treat e-cigs like tobacco products in order to fight youth uptake
Health authorities around the world presented their policies against e-cigarettes and novel tobacco products World No Tobacco Day (WNTD)
Texas is set to become the next in a wave of states raising the minimum legal age to purchase tobacco and nicotine products from 18 to 21
This week, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) filed a memo in opposition to a motion for a summary judgment in US District Court in Maryland for a lawsuit against the tobacco deeming extensions. The lawsuit arose from the FDA s defence of its extension of the initial deeming rule compliance deadlines.
Commissioner Gottlieb seemingly wants to streamline the premarket approval process
U.S. e-cigarette company claims fines levied against it for making smoking cessation claims have forced it out of business – even though such claims on its website came from legitimate U.S. TV shows and customer reviews.
The first in a series of regular reports from ECigIntelligence on the progress of vapour-related regulation in the U.S, focusing on the current sessions of state legislatures.
Legislation that could put a tax of 92% on the wholesale price of e-cigarettes in Vermont has passed one chamber of the state congress and is now up for a vote in the state senate.
The attorneys general of 28 U.S. states and territories have asked the country’s biggest pharmacy chains to stop selling tobacco products – but did not mention e-cigarettes in their letters.