Last fall, the American Academy of Pediatrics called for a ban on flavored tobacco products. Now, one city is poised to do just that: San Francisco took steps this week to become the first city to approve a sales ban on flavored vaping liquids in a bid to prevent young adults from becoming addicted to the products. The Associated …
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DECEMBER 13, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - CITY VAPE INC.
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- San Francisco Could Be First City To Ban Sale Of Flavored Liquid Nicotine
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- Oakland bans sale of flavored tobacco
Wednesday Jul 19, 2017
The East Bay Times reports (http://bayareane.ws/2tqzibi ) that the city council voted unanimously around midnight Wednesday to prohibit the sale of menthol cigarettes and flavored blunt wraps. Tobacco manufacturers, vaping groups and a grocer association are aiming to reverse that law. The American Heart Association says Big Tobacco uses flavored tobacco products to bait young people into addiction.
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- You still cannot vape on US inbound, outbound flights
By David Kravets - Saturday Jul 22, 2017
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