E-liquid online sales banned in several states.
States are banning online sales of Vapor products!
In addition to the FDA regulations that have been put into place as of August 8th of 2016, we wanted to give you an update on regulations related to online vape sales pertaining to certain states. So far there are two states that prohibit the sale of vaping products online, which means that we are not able to ship to these states. The two states that currently ban the online sale of vaping products, including hardware and E Liquid are Utah and Arkansas.Arkansas
Arkansas was the first state to pass a prohibition of online sales of vaping products. This prohibition was passed and went into effect back in July 21st of 2015, when the state announced that manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers would have to obtain a license from the state to sell vapor products within the state of Arkansas. The state of Arkansas will only issue a limited amount of permits and those permits will only be given to local in state vendors that are zoned and licensed. This has effectively prevented out of state retailers of vaping products from offering products for sale online into the state of Arkansas.Utah
As of July 1st of 2016 the state of Utah passed a law that prohibits online purchases of vaping related products by Utah residents. This law only allows anyone in the state of Utah to purchase any vape related products, including hardware and E Liquid, in a face-to-face transaction.
If you are personally affected by any of these legislations, we strongly encourage you to contact your local representatives and let them know how vaping has made a positive impact in your life and that your right to vape matters. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
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