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SB 124 would subject vapor products to Missouri’s 10% tax on “other tobacco products” (or OTP) and ban vaping in the same places where smoking is prohibited. This bill would also raise the minimum sales age for tobacco and nicotine products from 18 to 21.
SB 2190 would ban remote sales (online or mail-order) of ALL tobacco and nicotine products that aren’t approved as therapies. The deadline for written testimony or requesting to speak at the hearing is
7:30 AM, January 20 (day of).
Kansas HB 2061 would ban flavors, prohibit vaping where smoking is banned, and raise the age to purchase all tobacco and nicotine products from 18 to 21. The Kansas legislature is anticipating a shortened session this year due to COVID-19. As a consequence, bills may move through a normally slow and deliberative process at a break-neck speed.
SB 177 and SB 273 (which advocates on the ground are describing as “the nuclear option”) are scheduled for a tightly controlled “public” hearing on Thursday, January 28, 1:00 PM in the Senate Committee on Finance
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.