Whats going on in the wonderful world of vaping.
With the recent growth of the vape culture around america, we decided to film a skit about common Vaping situations and make some fun out of it while also taking a shot at promoting the long term benefits from Vaping which is most obviously quitting smoking cigarettes. If you’re ever in duval county Jacksonville, the
The Oxford English Dictionary declared “vape” its 2014 Word of the Year, and it’s not just men getting into vaping culture these days. Cristen and Caroline puff on how the rapidly growing e-cigarette industry is selling women on vaping and how it compares to how Big Tobacco lit up female smokers. Honestly, I was getting
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Vaping Association, a leading advocate for the benefits of vapor products such as electronic cigarettes, is calling for a reexamination of U.S. views on vapor products following the issuance of a new expert report on the subject by Public Health England. The results of the groundbreaking 111-page government report are
Rush Limbaugh discusses his Volcano e-cigarette and the way the FDA, Big Tobacco and Big Pharma are trying to put a stop to our right to vape.
There is no doubt about it, vaping, e-cigarettes, e-juice, or e-liquid is becoming more common in the United States, and around the world. According to the Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association, the industry is expecting to break the $1billion mark this year. And it shows little sign of stopping. The industry does a good job
Reynolds supported the five cents per milliliter of e-liquid tax Rep. Ruth Samuelson Related Content States and E-Cigarette Legislation5/22/2013 RALEIGH, N.C. —By next year, Minnesota will no longer be the only state to tax electronic cigarettes. Last week, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed into law a bill that, among other things, will levy a
Legislators have taken the first steps to regulate liquids used in e-cigarettes.It comes as e-cigarette use has tripled among teenagers. A new CDC report says that more than one in ten high school students say they use e-cigarettes. Lawmakers hope the newest legislation on e-liquids helps curb this number, but vape shop owners say the