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Vapers Digest 19th May

Friday’s News at a glance: End of an Era – Tobacco Control Kills – We see it oh so often! – A triumph of the busybodies: – Why the vaping industry is ready to send Brussels’ ill- conceived red tape up in smoke – New Battery Tech – Smoke in public and face jail – Johnson urges FDA commissioner – World Vape News Roundup – Nicotine in the News – 19 May

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Vapers Digest 15th May

Monday’s News at a glance: It’s The Vaping, Stupid! – ‘We’re becoming a tech company’ – Vaping and Confused – Tax on e-cigs should be zero – Vape Friendly FDA Commissioner Confirmed – Risks, Benefits of Vaping Debated – 10 Things We Can All Do to Save Vaping! – The Great Clone Debate – Seat belts and e-cigarettes – Controversial revised e-cigarette ordinance passed – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest 5th April

Wednesday’s News at a glance: E-Cigarettes and Vaping Market in Iran – Incoherent Screams & Observations – E-Cigarette Tax Fix Moves Forward In Kansas – Another Viewpoint: E-cigarettes important to many people – FDA nominee won’t commit to banning flavored e-cigarettes,

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In the News April 11th

Mondays News at a glance: I Vape… – Just in case – Slip sliding away – The Canonisation Of Clive Bates, Part 3 – What’cha doin? – US Senate May Consider Ban of E-cigs in Carry On Bags – Badges, a mountain run, a Skype call… – Whinges about healthy e-cigs are just hot air – Vaping Opponents Can Miraculously Read People’s Minds – “I vape and I am eligible to vote, but seldom do it” is probably a better slogan – At the UK’s Biggest Vaping Show, the Future Looks Hazy – Raising voices against vaping bans – e-Cigs Cut Tobacco Use in Patients – Groups await FDA tobacco rule – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest – Monday, 11 April 2016

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In the News 5th November

Thursdays News at a glance: Smears or science? The BMJ attack on Public Health England and its e-cigarettes evidence review – Tobacco Control Motto: First, Do Harm – Relapse Prevention – Should we switch from tobacco to e-cigarettes? – American Lung Association and CVS Campaign Downplays the Importance of Smoking in Preventing Lung Cancer – Outrage as vape shops forced to close after health ministry crackdown – Senate Dem demands probe into alleged leak of e-cigarette rules – Are E-Cigarettes Helping to Lower Smoking Rate in US? – E-Cig Stores Struggle To Survive With 67 Percent Tax

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In the News 29th October

Thursdays News at a glance: Simon Conflation – The unsurprising relationship between vaping and drinking – E-cig firms steel for legal battle – E-cig industry preps to fight tobacco rule – State takes action on deceptive labeling of ‘organic’ e-cigarette liquids – Still too early to decide on e-cigarette ban – Are you banning vapes because there’s no tax? – Experts discuss the public-health consequences of e-cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy – Daily Digest – Thu, 29 October 2015

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