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It was reported on October 23 that according to foreign news reports, the ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes expected to take effect in Montana this week has been blocked by a Montana judge. Lavalley County Magistrate Jennifer Lint (Jennifer Lint) signed a temporary restraining order on October 18, prohibiting Governor Steve Bullock and state health officials from using flavored e-cigarettes The product enforces emergency rules. The ban on flavored e-cigarettes was announced on October 9 and is expected to take effect on the 22nd. It is reported that Lint took action in response to a lawsuit filed by three vape stores and an industry organization last Wednesday. They claimed that the 120-day ban was an overrestrictive response to a nationwide outbreak of e-cigarette-related diseases and deaths, which they said was caused by illegal black market products. Erin Loranger, Brock鈥檚 press secretary, told the Ravalli Republic that officials were reviewing the judge鈥檚 ruling. The lawsuit was filed by the Montana Smoke-Free Association, Freedom Vapes, Liberty Smoke and uBlaze Vapor, and the ban may force more than 20 Montana businesses to close. The business owner said that lung disease may be caused by "illegal addition of THC or cannabis products" to legal e-cigarette products. According to the plaintiff, none of the products sold by the companies involved in the lawsuit contained THC and cannabis ingredients. The lawsuit claims that the ban will not only harm companies, but also people who use e-cigarettes to quit smoking products. Ron Marshall, owner of Freedom Vapes, said in an affidavit in the lawsuit that flavored vape juices accounted for 95% of the products he sells in the three stores and his business would not survive without them. Lint said that if the governor can easily take away those freedoms with a pen, what's the next step? If it is us today, who will it be tomorrow? Lint asked for a hearing on October 30 to consider the debate about the future of the temporary injunction.E-cigarette ban in another area of 鈥嬧€媡he United States stranded: Montana judge announces suspension of ban on flavored e-cigarettes

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E-cigarette ban in another area of 鈥嬧€媡he United States stranded: Montana judge announces suspension of ban on flavored e-cigarettes

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E-cigarette ban in another area of 鈥嬧€媡he United States stranded: Montana judge announces suspension of ban on flavored e-cigarettes

It was reported on October 23 that according to foreign news reports, the ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes expected to take effect in Montana this week has been blocked by a Montana judge. Lavalley County Magistrate Jennifer Lint (Jennifer Lint) signed a temporary restraining order on October 18, prohibiting Governor Steve Bullock and state health officials from using flavored e-cigarettes The product enforces emergency rules. The ban on flavored e-cigarettes was announced on October 9 and is expected to take effect on the 22nd. It is reported that Lint took action in response to a lawsuit filed by three vape stores and an industry organization last Wednesday. They claimed that the 120-day ban was an overrestrictive response to a nationwide outbreak of e-cigarette-related diseases and deaths, which they said was caused by illegal black market products. Erin Loranger, Brock鈥檚 press secretary, told the Ravalli Republic that officials were reviewing the judge鈥檚 ruling. The lawsuit was filed by the Montana Smoke-Free Association, Freedom Vapes, Liberty Smoke and uBlaze Vapor, and the ban may force more than 20 Montana businesses to close. The business owner said that lung disease may be caused by "illegal addition of THC or cannabis products" to legal e-cigarette products. According to the plaintiff, none of the products sold by the companies involved in the lawsuit contained THC and cannabis ingredients. The lawsuit claims that the ban will not only harm companies, but also people who use e-cigarettes to quit smoking products. Ron Marshall, owner of Freedom Vapes, said in an affidavit in the lawsuit that flavored vape juices accounted for 95% of the products he sells in the three stores and his business would not survive without them. Lint said that if the governor can easily take away those freedoms with a pen, what's the next step? If it is us today, who will it be tomorrow? Lint asked for a hearing on October 30 to consider the debate about the future of the temporary injunction.

E-cigarette ban in another area of 鈥嬧€媡he United States stranded: Montana judge announces suspension of ban on flavored e-cigarettes

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E-cigarette ban in another area of 鈥嬧€媡he United States stranded: Montana judge announces suspension of ban on flavored e-cigarettes

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It was reported on October 23 that according to foreign news reports, the ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes expected to take effect in Montana this week has been blocked by a Montana judge. Lavalley County Magistrate Jennifer Lint (Jennifer Lint) signed a temporary restraining order on October 18, prohibiting Governor Steve Bullock and state health officials from using flavored e-cigarettes The product enforces emergency rules. The ban on flavored e-cigarettes was announced on October 9 and is expected to take effect on the 22nd. It is reported that Lint took action in response to a lawsuit filed by three vape stores and an industry organization last Wednesday. They claimed that the 120-day ban was an overrestrictive response to a nationwide outbreak of e-cigarette-related diseases and deaths, which they said was caused by illegal black market products. Erin Loranger, Brock鈥檚 press secretary, told the Ravalli Republic that officials were reviewing the judge鈥檚 ruling. The lawsuit was filed by the Montana Smoke-Free Association, Freedom Vapes, Liberty Smoke and uBlaze Vapor, and the ban may force more than 20 Montana businesses to close. The business owner said that lung disease may be caused by "illegal addition of THC or cannabis products" to legal e-cigarette products. According to the plaintiff, none of the products sold by the companies involved in the lawsuit contained THC and cannabis ingredients. The lawsuit claims that the ban will not only harm companies, but also people who use e-cigarettes to quit smoking products. Ron Marshall, owner of Freedom Vapes, said in an affidavit in the lawsuit that flavored vape juices accounted for 95% of the products he sells in the three stores and his business would not survive without them. Lint said that if the governor can easily take away those freedoms with a pen, what's the next step? If it is us today, who will it be tomorrow? Lint asked for a hearing on October 30 to consider the debate about the future of the temporary injunction.

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