Why the ban on nicotine vape fluid will do more harm than good
Last week the federal government’s Office of Drug Control announced changes to the importation of nicotine-containing electronic cigarette fluids that will seriously affect the estimated 227,000 regular e-cigarette users in Australia.
From January 1, 2021, users will no longer be allowed to import nicotine-containing fluids for use in e-cigarettes, even if they have a prescription. The measures, which were initially set to come into force on July 1, 2020, are in addition to the existing domestic ban on sales of these products.
Hemp activists set sights globally in new push for collaboration
Europe’s dominant hemp industry association unveiled plans this week to form an international hemp association that could advocate for the industry before global authorities such as the World Health Organization and United Nations.
Health Canada considers allowing e-cigarette companies to promote harm-reduction benefits – The Globe and Mail
— Read on www.theglobeandmail.com/amp/canada/article-health-canada-considers-allowing-e-cigarette-companies-to-promote-harm/
Why do we have idiots, for politicians, in the United States!
Empower Wisconsin | Oct. 3, 2019 By Vicki McKenna WASHINGTON, D.C. — Last week I got to do something few Americans ever get to do. I testified before CONGRESS. I was honored to be invited by the minority counsel for the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. The hearing was on vaping, specific …
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Juul Labs Inc., America’s largest e-cigarette brand, only started selling its nicotine vaporizers online in China last week, but the products have already disappeared from stores without explanation.
— Read on www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-09-17/juul-sales-of-e-cigarettes-halted-in-china-just-days-after-debut