Communities move to regulate where electronic cigarettes can be used

Electronic cigarettes and vaporizers, which have experienced an explosive growth in popularity in the last few years, are beginning to face stiff resistance in Colorado as an increasing number of communities crack down on the battery-powered devices. .

Communities move to regulate where electronic cigarettes can be used - The Denver Post

Communities move to regulate where electronic cigarettes can be usedThe Denver PostThe industry is expected to continue growing by double-digit percentages over the next few years, according to a recently released Wells Fargo research paper, and the study predicts that e-cig consumption could surpass cigarette smoking by 2023.E-Cigs from Dune Now Selling in CanadaMotor E… Read More

DeKalb leaders considering e-cigarette rules - Dekalb Daily Chronicle

DeKalb leaders considering e-cigarette rulesDekalb Daily ChronicleCity Council members in March passed a temporary ordinance requiring establishments where e-cigarette sales make up 20 percent or more of sales to obtain a license. Aldermen have until September to establish a permanent ordinance as that is when the … .

New Lockport store sells only e-cigarettes

Ammar Ziadah (left) of Oak Forest samples a strawberry lemonade e-liquid that contains nicotine with his e-cigarette at Ramy Betouni’s Vapor Cabin in Lockport on Monday. Ziadah quit smoking cigarettes as part of a New Year’s resolution. .

New Lockport store sells only e-cigarettes - The Herald-News

New Lockport store sells only e-cigarettesThe Herald-NewsThe device, which can resemble an actual cigarette, runs on a battery and is designed to deliver nicotine, fruit flavors and other chemicals by turning them into an aerosol that can be inhaled. The electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes Betouni smoked …and more .

Doctor urges e-cigarette regulations - News 12 Bronx (registration)

News 12 Bronx (registration)Doctor urges e-cigarette regulationsNews 12 Bronx (registration)THE BRONX – One Bronx doctor is urging for e-cigarette regulations. Dr. Uri Belkind, of Union Community Health Center, says the devices, which contain liquid nicotine and come in different flavors, can be appealing to teens. “This is just another …and more .

Huntsville leaders monitor e-cigarette trend - WAFF

Huntsville leaders monitor e-cigarette trendWAFFThe Centers for Disease Control reports that e-cigarette use, or “vaping,” has nearly doubled in a year. At first glance, they may look like a normal cigarette, but rather than paper and tobacco, e-cigarettes are made of plastic and contain a battery …and more .

Health Column: The allure of E-cigarettes - Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Health Column: The allure of E-cigarettesGlenwood Springs Post IndependentAh, the drama. The allure of the cigarette is as undeniable as the power that 1942′s Casablanca held over the American psyche with the simple line, “Here’s looking at you, kid.” Later, tuxedoed Humphrey Bogart laments to Ingrid Bergman their lost love … .

Montreal public health calls for e-cigarette regulations

Montreal’s public health department has piped up about e-cigarettes, issuing recommendations and calling on them to be regulated. .

Reynolds-Lorillard Merger Adds to E-Cig Shakeup

North Carolina’s biggest tobacco companies are merging during a revolutionary period for one of their newest products: E-cigarettes. E-cigs are also creating a new challenge for businesses and governments determining where they can be used. The merger will play into a rapidly changing market. .

Reynolds-Lorillard Merger Adds to E-Cig Shakeup - TWC News

Reynolds-Lorillard Merger Adds to E-Cig ShakeupTWC NewsCHARLOTTE, N.C.– North Carolina’s biggest tobacco companies are merging during a revolutionary period for one of their newest products: E-cigarettes. E-cigs are also creating a new challenge for businesses and governments determining where they can …and more .

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