Montgomery County filed a potential class-action suit Friday alleging an e-cigarette manufacturer created an epidemic of underage nicotine addiction by portraying its product and vaping as “a teen pop culture icon and status symbol.” The lawsuit against Juul Labs Inc. claims ...Read More »
The Federal Aviation Administration, which already bans flammables and explosives in checked airplane baggage, is now advising airlines to consider the potential fire risk from e-cigarettes. E-cigarettes typically heat liquid nicotine into an inhaled vapor by using lithium-based batteries, which ...
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Under current state law, the use of electronic smoking devices is generally allowed in public indoor places. But the city of Baltimore might become the first jurisdiction in Maryland to treat e-cigarettes just like their tobacco-filled cousins.Read More »