From the Blog
On December 21, 2020, the members of Congress were given only 2 hours to study the monstrous 2021 Omnibus Appropriations Bill. Unbeknownst to almost everyone, buried in the 5,593-page legislation was an amendment to the PACT Act which places extreme regulations around the sale and shipment of non-nicotine vaporizers. Absent favorable guidance from the US Postal Service (USPS), this legislation unintentionally regulates vapes not intended for nicotine, severely limiting the ways in which many types of vaporizers can be shipped, and requiring sellers to report sensitive personal information to the government—leading to additional taxation.
The industry needs your help to voice your opinion on how non-nicotine vaporizer sales should not be banned online.
It’s an iconic scene found in many movies and TV shows: you see someone pull out paper and tobacco and before you know it, they’ve rolled it into a blunt or cigarette. There is an art to rolling a blunt, and we’ll cover all of it. First, let’s answer a few questions.