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Vaping laws and regulations from around the world vary greatly from outright bans to heavy restrictions. Violating some of these laws can land you with heavy fines and possibly even jail time!
We will regularly update this page with the current legal situation that vapers face around the world.
Philip Morris, Altria, and other Big Tobacco firms have suffered a loss at the hands of the FDA due to the anti-ecig environment they helped create. This decision is going to negatively impact vaping and other non-combustible technologies.
At Healthy Returns forum, hosted by CNBC, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb addressed a wide range of health concerns facing the United States, including tobacco and e-cigarettes. He also talked about the tobacco control groups suing him and the FDA for not implementing controls the vaping industry fast enough.
The voters of San Francisco voted to uphold a ban on flavored tobacco products, which includes vape juice as well as menthol cigarettes, which was earlier passed by the city council.
Phillip Morris, the maker of a heat not burn tobacco product known as IQOS, has been ordered by the UK government to stop advertising the product saying it violates the law.
Masschusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has launched an investigation into JUUL at the same time the company is getting sued by users and targeted by politicians as the boogie man.
Senators Dick Durbin (D) from Illinois held a press conference and announced legislation which seeks to place heavy restrictions vape flavors.
Democrats in Congress and Republicans in Senate introduce anti-vaping legislation that could have devastating consequences for vapers everywhere.
The Trump Administration announced plans to remove all flavored e-cigarettes from the market in response to a wave of illness believed by the State of New York to be related to Vitamin E additives to THC cartridges.
The much anticipated meeting at the White House between vaping advocates, Big Tobacco and the anti-vaping lobby was described as "wild" and President Trump was fairly aware of the implication of a flavor ban.
President Trump's new proposed budget calls for moving tobacco regulation to a new federal agency and away from the FDA.
The FDA has asked the court to allow the PMTA (Pre-Market Tobacco Application) process to be delayed for 120 days due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
R.J Reynolds and Philip Morris USA team up to fight SB 793, a bill that bans flavored tobacco including vape flavors in the State of California beginning Jan 1, 2021.
The FDA has added new guidance to the PMTA process on how to conduct a study on product intention that is to be submitted with applications.
CASAA has issued a call to action about an attachment that House Democrats are trying to attach to the guaranteed to pass spending bill that would ban vape mail. All vapers need to contact their representative ASAP!
The vape mail ban passed into law last year as part of the PACT act extension to ban the USPS has spread to all of the other national shipping companies. Things are looking pretty grim for ordering vape supplies online.
Senator Mitt Romney and a bipartisan cast of characters from both legislative bodies have introduced legislation designed to extract an estimated $100 million dollars in fees per year from the vape industry.
The FDA has begun to start rejecting the market applications for flavored vape juice with regulators signaling full flavor ban to "save the youth".
Democrats have dropped the $9 billion dollar tax on vaping which would have added a large tax on e-cigarettes, vape juice and nicotine patches.
Lawmakers have included language to the 2022 Omnibus spending bill which could ban synthetic nicotine and products which use it such as salt nic juice and disposable vapes.