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RI Vaping Interview

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A new bill has been introduced in Congress which, if passed, will prevent the FDA from banning 99.9% vapor products next year.  The cross-party draft law – known as the FDA Deeming Authority Clarification Act of 2017  – was tabled Thursday by Tom Cole (R-OK) and Sandford Bishop (D-GA) and is now gaining traction in Washington. If the bill passes it will move what is known as the “predicate date” for vapor products; all those thatRead More

Apple just banned vaping

Yes, Apple just banned vaping, but no, Apple is not making a vape! As reported widely last week, Apple has told a British vaping website, Planet of the Vapes, that no more apps or app updates relating to vape will be allowed on the App Store. Apple is known for its opacity when it comes to its business decisions, so don’t expect any explanation or justification for this. Around the same time, news broke thatRead More
Ocean State Vapes Featured in the Providence Journal exert taken from “‘Vaping’ entrepreneurs, customers in Rhode Island find a place in a $3-billion a year industry” By Gregory Smith Journal Staff Writer   To Rebecca Boff, electronic cigarettes are a life-saver. Boff, 40, a former Rhode Island state social worker, is the proprietor of Ocean State Vapes, at 219 Putnam Pike, Johnston. She sells e-cigarettes. Boff, 40, a former Rhode Island state social worker, isRead More