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In the midst of a pandemic and while all eyes are on a national election, the Kansas City, Missouri City Council is deciding to move forward with an ordinance that would ban the sale of flavored vapor products and other smoke-free nicotine and tobacco products.
The Loveland City Council is moving forward with proposals to regulate vapor products. There are two ordinances that would require all tobacco/vapor retailers to be licensed through the city. One of these ordinances, 6443(A), includes a ban on sales of any flavored tobacco or nicotine products.
The Missoula City Council is moving forward with a proposal to ban the sale of flavored vapor products. The ordinance is scheduled for discussion and possible action by the Public Safety and Health Committee on November 18, 2020 at 9:00AM via a Zoom Webinar.
After multiple attempts to enact a flavor ban in Michigan without adequate stakeholder input, Governor Gretchen Whitmer is turning to the state’s Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) again to enact a dangerous ban on flavored vapor products.
A Citizen’s Petition has been filed with the FDA requesting that the agency seek a 180-day extension to the PMTA deadline for certain small, open-system manufacturers. The request is narrowly limited to companies that are already in the process of submitting a PMTA and are compliant with other FDA deadlines for regulating vapor products.
States are responding to their own outbreaks of COVID-19 by implementing different versions of social distancing and shutting down non-essential services. While some of these businesses are being granted exemptions (for example, restaurants can still offer curbside pick-up and delivery and liquor stores are open with strict social distancing…