From February 2022, subscribers can view and filter individual regulatory alerts per region. If you want to get our monthly compilations, visit our alerts round-up section.
US - Connecticut: Senate Bill 367, which was introduced last week, would prohibit the sale of electronic nicotine delivery systems and vapour products that are flavoured or that have a nicotine content above 35 mg per ml. Even with the federal restrictions on flavours in place, supporters of the bill say the state needs to pass its own ban in order to reduce youth use of vapour products, testifying to that effect at a public meeting on Monday. Opponents disagree, saying it would not reduce youth usage, but would hurt small businesses.
Connecticut: Senate Bill 139 has been introduced. It would ban all flavours but for tobacco in electronic nicotine delivery systems and vapour products. It would also amend the definition of “electronic cigarette liquid” to include products with synthetic ingredients.