A judge in Montana halted a temporary ban on flavored vaping products, including medical cannabis, which was scheduled to go into effect Oct. 22. Lint was acting in response to a lawsuit filed by three vape shops and an e-cigarette industry group. The suit claims the 120-day ban is an overly restrictive reaction to a national outbreak of vaping-related illnesses and deaths they say is caused by black-market products. The business owners said the pulmonary illnesses could be the result of the ...
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Montana judge blocks temporary ban of flavored marijuana vapes, e-cigarettes
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