Vapor group seeks to block Indiana law

Vapor group seeks to block Indiana law

December 29, 2015

Hoosier Vapers, a vaping trade and consumer advocacy group in Indiana, USA, has filed a lawsuit seeking to block a state law that would, among other things, require e-liquid makers to obtain a license from the State Alcohol and Tobacco Commission, use specified safety equipment and childproof caps, and obtain a security firm certification stating that the manufacturing facility meets specified security requirements.

The law is set to take effect July 1, 2016.

Hoosier Vapers’ chairman, Evan McMahon, argues that these requirements will force many mom-and-pop shops to close down and eliminate about 2,500 jobs.

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