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Policy New York’s Flavour Ban Goes Into Effect on July 1st

The ban on flavoured vaping products signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo has gone into effect on May 18th, together with a measure ending the sale of all tobacco products in pharmacies.

Gov. Andrew Cuomos new $117 billion budget signed last April, has set in place some questionable measures. Amongst other things, it banned flavoured vaping products and has abandoned the proposal to legalize marijuana products. The coronavirus isnt just an excuse to implement bad policies with little or no debate. Officials can also use the situation to abandon good reforms,pointed out an article on Reason.

The budget implements a number of bad regulations while abandoning or scaling back some good ones. And the whole budget was hammered out behind closed doors and passed with very little discussion or debate,added the article.

New York become the 4th State to ban flavours

Now that the flavour ban has been passed, New York has become the fourth state to set in place such restrictions. As of the 1st of July, it will be prohibited for retailers across the state to sell any vaping products unless they are tobacco-flavoured or flavourless.

The CASAA explained that any flavoured products that have received a premarket approval order (PMTA) from the FDA, are exempt from the ban, and listed other implications of this measure as follows:

Effective July 1, 2020

Pharmacies are no longer allowed to sell any tobacco or nicotine product that isnt an approved smoking cessation therapy.

Online sales of any e-liquidsregardless of flavorare banned (vapor products are folded into the same provision that bans shipment of cigarettes to consumers). This does not include components or devices. The penalty for selling or shipping a vapor product to a consumer in NY is a Class A misdemeanor and carries a fine of $5000 or $100 per vapor product.

A person other than a common or contract carrier can still transport vapor. products, but there is now a limit of 500 milliliters or 3 grams of nicotine.

Coupons or price reduction instrumentsfor tobacco products are banned.

Vapor manufacturers must post a detailed ingredient list including a disclosure of the nature and extent of investigations and research performed by or for the manufacturer concerning the effects on human health of such product or its ingredients.Manufacturers are also required to list each byproduct that may be introduced into vapor produced during the normal use of such e-cigarette.NOTE: This requirement does not apply to any other tobacco product.

Tobacco, nicotine, and vapor products and marketing materials visible in storefronts and ads on exterior windows are banned within 1500ft of a school (500ft for New York City).

Vapesourcing Opinion:

Such bans will detrimental to public health.  The flavors aren’t just popular with the youth, but with adults as well. Flavoured e-cigs play a main role in smoking cessation,restricting e-liquid flavours may discourage smokers from switching to the proven safer alternatives which could save their life.
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