Vaping vs. The Law – What Can We Do? – Lawfuel (blog)

Brooke Faulkner  – Vaping and e-cigarettes began simply as a way for people to quit smoking and in a short time they have become a cultural phenomenon!

From casual vaping to competitions and conventions, society’s fascination with e-cigarettes has become a hobby for many as much as an alternative to simple smoking. Studies show that the number of vape shops in the United States has tripled in the last three years.

There is a culture around vaping that is growing everyday, as vaping itself becomes a more profitable industry and a commonplace activity every year.

Because of this cultural phenomenon and the benefits of vaping as an alternative to smoking, many questions have been raised about vaping as it pertains to the law. For instance, where can you vape?

How are e-cigarettes taxed? What chemicals are you allowed to vape?

Hopefully this article will shed some light on these matters.

Where Can You Vape?

This question has become so controversial that Wikipedia has an entire page dedicated to vaping bans in the United States.

There is no federal mandate on

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