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4 Latest News Of October 20th About Vape

Pierce County e-cigarette chain made illicit vape juice in house, ignored FDA, DOJ says

Brief:A Pierce County e-cigarette retail chain allegedly manufactured and sold nicotine products without federal authorization, then ignored repeated warnings from the Food and Drug Administration to stop, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court in Tacoma on Tuesday.
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Reported By Jared Brown who covers Pierce County courts and law enforcement with an accountability lens. He joined The News Tribune in 2022 and previously was a summer intern in 2017. He has also covered police and breaking news for The Spokesman-Review in Spokane. Jared has a master’s degree from the University of Washington and a journalism degree from Gonzaga University.

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Regulation can solve Australia’s broken vape laws

The Victorian Government is facing a renewed call to overhaul its vaping laws following news that 75 per cent of vapes are purchased through illegal channels.

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Education committee hears ideas on legislation to reduce vaping in schools

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Whether you call them vapes, vape pens or electronic cigarettes, the popular activity among teenagers is drawing some criticism in Frankfort.

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Rep. Mark Hart, R-Falmouth, was joined by the retired U.S. Marine Corps. veteran and current Pendleton County High School instructor Brian Melton at the Interim Joint Committee on Education on Tuesday to discuss the dangers of vaping and possible legislative solutions to the problem.

Read More at: https://www.lanereport.com/160079/2022/10/education-committee-hears-ideas-on-legislation-to-reduce-vaping-in-schools/

Feds file lawsuits against Columbus company, others for unauthorized vaping products

Federal authorities filed lawsuits Tuesday against six vape companies, including one in Columbus, that alleges the businesses or associated individuals illegally manufactured and sold electronic nicotine delivery system products.

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