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How Vaping Is Regulated Around The World | NBC News Now



President Trump says his administration is considering a ban on flavored e-cigarettes, but other countries have been much more aggressive in their treatment of vaping products. NBC News’ Katie Engelhart looks at how vaping is regulated around the world.
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  1. https://youtu.be/CXvOSNJo5gI

    Cookies heavy hitters tko and some live resin carts all from dispensaries nearly killed him
    All thc marijuana carts

  2. India banned vaping because they want to have their people to be healthier lol.. what a troll. What about regular cigarettes haha

  3. Annnnddd. India is the highest tobacco smoking country in the WORLD!

  4. If we ban vape flavors then people are going to smoke cigarettes and then because they're smoking cigarettes they are going to get a lung illness and may die I don't want this to continue at all in god's name. #savethevapes

  5. There is no way these folks have ever smoked like me a 35 year smoker…converted to vaping 5 years ago and saved my life 100% <———. Flavors are the key to stopping cigarettes because cigarettes taste nasty. Ain't no way a vaping person adult or teenager gonna choose a cigarette over a strawberry unless its banned and I really think you know that already!

  6. Kids are switching to cigarettes because they are banning vaping.

  7. So….Vapes are being banned but not tobacco? Smh

  8. NO ONE WOULD GO FROM VAPING TO CIGARETTES!! DUMB and LIES – YOUTHS THAT HAVE VAPED NICOTINE IN 30 DAYS MIGHT HAVE ONLY TRIED IT ONCE. THERE NOT VAPERS THERE JUST KIDS WHO JUST TRIED IT.

  9. Portable R2d2 chemistry labs – they're no better than cig smokers – Nic addiction is no fun, im a smoker..and people had over 10 yrs to quit cigs, its an excuse to sell 30 mil botlles for 30 bucks that costs 50 cent to make = greed .. tobacco that had to increase prices cause of sickness and lawsuits – see ya in the cold at the curb with us smokers and be looked upon as drug addicts.

  10. OMG they know why, they just dont want to tell the truth. Its all about big tobacco. its right "you never here there is a problem before" said the guy in news. Why over 10 years nothing, and now everything start to happen? Its do to legalizing weed. Big tobacco been doing this for years now, the something "flavor ban, vape is not safe", its not about if its 100% safe, we all know that. Its about safer. The longer they can delay the truth, the longer they can give business back to big tobacco, in return the gov get more money.

  11. Why did India ban e-cigarettes? Maybe because it is the 2nd world consumer of cigarettes, the 3rd world producer of tobacco, 45.7 million people depend on the tobacco companies for their livelihood, and the government owns a lot of shares in the tobacco industry.
    Most "poor" countries leave cigarettes readily available to their population, so the health argument is quite strange. Perhaps the answer lies in Big Tobacco putting pressure on those countries as well as Big Pharma. Really doesn't take a genius to figure that one out.
    As for countries who have regulated vaping, well the whole on the EU passed a thing called the TPD. If I were in the US government I'd look into that, in order to regulate vaping. But maybe it's better for nicotine addicted people to either:
    – go back to cigarettes
    – grow the black market even more
    – import everything from China –> less money in the pockets of US Americans

  12. This video is gross. Just stop shilling for the tobacco companies, NBC, this is pathetic

  13. So 17 "DEATHS"…..Show us proof! Who, how old, Names, States, Obituaries and urine analysis of those deceased. These should be all public records, but nothing is found when GOOGLE'ING about them. SHOW US Proof and Facts!!

  14. I have a vape called the JUUL .. Its a piece of garbage.. The oil always pours into your mouth and i want to be part of the class action lawsuit when it starts..

  15. Cigarettes were only around for 50 years before reports of illness began coming out? Only 50 years? Come on now. With the science on what the dangers of smoking readily available, adults in the US should be free to make their own decision on whether they choose to smoke. Cigarettes can be bought easily nationwide with very little restrictions other than age. We don't see anyone in a hurry to ban cigarettes. Why is that? The local state governments profit from their tax revenue.

    Now if smokers choose to switch to a less harmful alternative such as vaping, why implement such harsh restrictions on those products? Why not make them as readily available as traditional cigarettes?

  16. WHO CARES??? IDIOTS vape, suckers who bought into the Volcano vaping craze/trend. You cannot improve on a joint. FREE the WEED!

  17. No ones ever died from working the french fry deep fryer. Its such an obvious ploy.. Not yet she says about health concerns..

  18. Umm…the deaths are from tainted THC carts.

    A certain pesticide, when heated to combustion caused conversion into cyanide.

    THIS IS WHAT WAS KILLING PEOPLE

    ONCE AGAIN
    IT DOESN’T SUPPORT RHE AGENDA

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