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[Indiana] Park board approves no smoking resolution

The Lebanon Parks board voted Wednesday night 5-1 in favor of eliminating smoking from each of its seven parks, and within any park facility. The resolution covers traditional cigarettes and, the increasing popular electronic cigarettes, including vapor
Lebanon (IN) Reporter
added Jul 1, 2016 18:59

[Indiana] Phil Gulley: Ashes to Ashes / Cigarettes continue to extinguish thousands of lives a week, and I’m smoldering about it.

4,295 people were killed on motorcycles in the United States, while more than 480,000 people died from cigarettes. I don’t know how many people will die this year from being blown up at gas stations, but I’m trying my best not to be one of them.
Indianapolis Monthly
added Jun 25, 2016 02:14

Indiana Vaping Rules Called Onerous & Unfair

a lawsuit that says the state holds manufacturers of e-cigarettes and vaping pens to different standards. The latter market does not face the permitting requirements Indiana enforces on manufacturers of e-cigarettes. Perhaps not so coincidentally, t
Courthouse News
added Jun 22, 2016 18:53

Indiana vape law shuts dozens of e-liquid makers out of industry

At issue are new regulations passed by state lawmakers in 2015 and revised earlier this year. The rules require any company that wants to produce e-liquid for sale in Indiana to be certified by a security firm by June 30. The catch: So far only one secu
Indianapolis (IN) Star
added Jun 21, 2016 16:54

[Indiana] E-cigarette players fume over favored security firm

The state has effectively put a single private firm in charge of deciding which companies can seek a permit to manufacture e-cigarette liquids sold in Indiana—and which will be shut out of the state’s vaping market for good. That security firm—Lafayette-
Indianapolis (IN) Business Journal
added Jun 18, 2016 18:56

[Indiana] Eight Things to Know: FDA to Regulate e-Cigarettes Like Tobacco

That new application process could spell trouble for your local vape shop. Manufacturers can continue to sell their current products without approval for up to three years. This will allow them to submit applications for two years, which the FDA will rev
Indianapolis Monthly
added Jun 17, 2016 03:12

[Indiana] 'Crack stick' cooked up in cells, attacks over hash browns and rampant gay sex: Shock findings of seven undercover prisoners who lived in one of America's most violent jails for TWO MONTHS

the inmates had taken to making their own homemade highs, including one called 'crack stick'. They would make the drug by crushing an e-cigarette filter, wrapping it in coffee-soaked toilet paper and smoking it, Business Insider reported.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 28, 2016 16:49

[Indiana] 7 undercover inmates spent 2 months in jail — here are the most outrageous things they witnessed

Inmates often invented bizarre homemade drugs to catch a buzz, such as a "crack stick," made from an electronic cigarette filter. To make a crack stick, inmates crushed the e-cigarette filter and then wrapped it in coffee-soaked toilet paper and smoked it
Business Insider
added May 28, 2016 16:47

[Indiana] Restaurants wondering what to do about e-cigarettes

For restaurant owners in Franklin, the decision of whether to allow vaping is up to them. The city does not have a ban on the devices indoors and in public places like Greenwood does. But some say whether to allow it can be a tough decision to make. In f
Franklin (IN) Daily Journal
added May 13, 2016 19:54

[Indiana] St. Joe Board of Health endorses policy that sends smokers outside

The board voted unanimously on Wednesday night to adopt a position that supports mandated smoke-free environments. However, the policy is not a law, rather a suggestion. They say secondhand smoke is present virtually everywhere smoking is allowed and
WNDU NBC 16 (South Bend, IN)
added May 5, 2016 15:56
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