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Ban on flavored nicotine-based vape products halted by Oregon Court of Appeals

Photo of a vaping device that can be used for nicotine or cannabis from reader Kylee Rayne Reichow

OREGON - Two days after Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s flavored vape ban executive order went into effect on October 15, the Oregon Court of Appeals temporarily stayed part of the order after several vape businesses and a trade group challenged the rule in two separate lawsuits. 

According to the Willamette Week newspaper in Portland, the ruling appears to apply only to non-marijuana vaping products, leaving flavored marijuana based vape products still temporarily banned. 

Willamette Week noted that the two lawsuits — one brought forward by attorney J. Ryan Adams on Oct . . .

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