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[California] Carmel votes for smoking ban

The ban forbids smoking throughout the city. It includes e-cigarettes, medical marijuana and smokeless tobacco. As it stands, the only place you will be able to smoke is in your car, in your home or in a hotel room that allows smoking.
Monterey County (CA) Herald
added Oct 7, 2015 13:52

[Nevada] Vapor Corp. to Present at the 2015 Aegis Capital Growth Conference

Jeff Holman, CEO of Vapor Corp., is scheduled to present at the conference on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 1:00 pm at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas. In addition, Vapor Corp.'s senior management will meet with investors during the conference.
PR Newswire
added Oct 7, 2015 13:18

[California] San Mateo takes aim at secondhand smoke: City restricts smoking, considers new electronic cigarettes retailer permit rules

Whether it’s traditional tobacco, medical marijuana or the increasingly popular electronic cigarettes, the San Mateo City Council is seeking to enact stricter regulations to deter unwanted exposure to secondhand smoke.
San Mateo (CA) Daily Journal
added Oct 7, 2015 12:41

[California] Public health impact of e-cigarettes subject of Oct. 26 forum

National health experts will debate whether e-cigarettes will improve public health by replacing tobacco cigarettes or damage public health by renormalizing smoking.
Stanford University School of Medicine
added Oct 6, 2015 22:40
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[North Carolina] E-cigarettes banned in public places in Durham come Jan. 1

Starting next year, e-cigarettes will be banned on most public property in the city and rest of Durham County. That includes areas within 100 feet of bus stops, in public parks, enclosed shopping malls, elevators, some sidewalks and city and county prop
Raleigh (NC) News & Observer
added Oct 6, 2015 22:14
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[Minnesota] LETTER: Limiting e-cigarettes

opponents of the ban on limiting electronic cigarettes under the Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act claim that studies show there is little to no risk in using e-cigarettes. That is simply not true. Because e-cigarettes are relatively new, there is not as m
Saint Paul (MN) Pioneer Press
added Oct 6, 2015 22:10

SATEL: How Vapers Can Help Smokers Quit

Here’s where Russell’s survey spurs an idea that could start saving lives tomorrow: why not assemble a loose network of potential vaping sponsors...if we can build a vaper-smoker buddy system into the public health landscape, we can further arm the fight
added Oct 6, 2015 22:08

[Asia, Malaysia] To regulate or kill?

Differing views: Dr Farsalinos (above) feels that e-cigs are not tobacco products and should not be as strictly regulated, while Subbarow finds the trend worrying because it could lead to smoking and drugs. Instead, he recommends that liquids comply with
The Star (my)
added Oct 6, 2015 14:23

[North Carolina] REED: Guest column: Is vaping safe?

switching to vaping may lead to “harm reduction” and decreased health risks, but that comes at the cost of making vaping, and by extension smoking, socially acceptable again and especially exposing young people to new forms of nicotine addiction. Time wil
Asheville (NC) Citizen-Times
added Oct 6, 2015 14:21

Online E-cigarette Vendors Engage Customers Using Popular Internet Tools

“We found e-cigarette vendors were highly engaged in promoting the culture of ‘vaping’ online, including posting images to Instagram, a social media site used by 52 percent of teens,” said Tim K. Mackey, PhD, UC San Diego School of Medicine assistant pro
University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Medical Center
added Oct 6, 2015 14:11
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