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Proposition 56

California might become the fifth state to implement an e-cigarette tax Lulu Chang October 9, 2016  Summary in black, my thoughts in purple! There are 4 states so far that have implemented an outrageous tax on e-cigarettes: Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, and North Carolina. Is California next? The vape community wants people to vote “NO” to Proposition 56. If California is next it could derail a multibillion dollar industry. Voters in California have already voted against raising cigarette taxes in 2006 and 2012, so the people who are backing prop 56 have their work cut out for them. (These taxes could...

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Teen hospitalized after e-cigarette explodes on Universal ride

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Teen hospitalized after e-cigarette explodes on Universal ride

Summary in black, my thoughts in purple! A 14-year-old girl was hospitalized after an e-cigarette exploded on the Harry Potter train at Universal Studios. The e-cigarette that belonged to a college student, malfunctioned and a ball of fire shot towards the girl. She was taken to a nearby hospital, luckily she only suffered mild burns and there wasn’t any property damage other than the burn hole in the train seat. What type of device it was is still unknown. (Battery safety has always been a number one concern when it comes to vapor devices. First of all, why would you...

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FDA to increase vaping regulations Jason Bacherman, Correspondent Posted: Thursday, September 22, 2016 12:00 am

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FDA to increase vaping regulations  Jason Bacherman, Correspondent Posted: Thursday, September 22, 2016 12:00 am

FDA to increase vaping regulations Jason Bacherman, Correspondent Posted: Thursday, September 22, 2016 12:00 am Summary in black, my thoughts in purple!   The FDA released a statement that the reason they want to regulate the “vaping” industry is because they are concerned about the youth’s access to tobacco products. (There are so many ways to verify age now, especially online. Here at Vape On we take every measure possible to ensure that we are not selling to minors. There shouldn't be any reason companies are selling to minors. However, if people want to get ahold of something, they're going...

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Online Sellers: Beware Vaping Crackdown By Ina Steiner September 21, 2016

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Online Sellers: Beware Vaping Crackdown  By Ina Steiner September 21, 2016

Online Sellers: Beware Vaping Crackdown By Ina Steiner September 21, 2016 Summary in black, my thoughts in purple! When August 8th, 2016 hit, many online retailers thought that their business would be shut down due to FDA regulations. Good news to the industry, online sales are still continuing at this present moment. However, the FDA has now sent out letters to 55 different retailers warning them not to sell to minors. The legal age to buy or consume these products is 18, and the FDA is monitoring sales very closely to ensure that companies are complying with current laws. (It’s...

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NBC News Health article by Maggie Fox posted Sept 13, 2016

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NBC News Health article by Maggie Fox posted Sept 13, 2016

Summary of the article in black, my thoughts in purple!   The Cochrane Review is an independent, non-profit collaboration of researchers from all over the world who work to find “credible” health information that is accessible to the general public. (We need more companies like this, one that is not swayed by the government but can educate people on the truth about vaping.) One of the researchers from England found that people who switch to vaping have an easier time putting down cigarettes. They also found that there are no serious side-effects, however the only studies that have been done...

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