E-cig sellers jockey for market position before FDA issues regulations
Thats because the products currently on the market arent providing everything adult smokers are looking for. We believe VUSE will change that. Designed in-house by R.J. Reynolds R&D experts, VUSE is designed using innovative digital technology, ensuring it delivers consistent flavor and a satisfying vapor experience. VUSE is powered by Smart Technology, which is designed to monitor and regulate the power, heat and cartridge performance to ensure a perfect puff first time, every time, Cordisco said. To date, adult smokers who have tried e-cigarettes havent found a product that performs consistently.
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R.I. Governor Chafee vetoes e-cigarette ban for those under 18
For example, he rejected pleas from the states auto insurers to veto a bill telling them when they can and cannot declare a damaged vehicle a total loss, that was a priority of the states politically connected auto-body shop industry. (Leading the industrys fight again this year was the sister/law partner of the former senior deputy majority leader in the House.) Sponsored by Rep. Arthur Corvese, D-North Providence, the new law prohibits an insurer from declaring a motor vehicle a total loss if the cost to restore the vehicle is less than 75 percent of its fair market value before it was damaged. The only exception would be if the owner gives the OK to say the vehicle is totaled. LOW-INCOME HOUSING: But Chafee vetoed a bill, sponsored by Rep. Lisa Baldelli-Hunt, D-Woonsocket, and Sen.
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For example, Logic advertises on more than 15 radio stations and is contemplating launching an expensive television campaign. That would follow TV ads by two of its leading competitors, Njoy and Blu (the latter was bought by Lorillard last year). Both radio and TV are off-limits to traditional cigarette ads. “We’re supposed to start a campaign by the end of the year,” Alelov said of Logic’s TV push.
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