The Great American Vape Panic of 2019 Is Producing Some Wild Lawsuits
"I'm not exaggerating when I say that I talk to at least 10 families a day," one lawyer said.
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Walmart Is Getting in on the War on Vapes, and It Could Backfire Badly
"It is absurd that Walmart would stop selling e-cigarettes but continue to sell real ones, which kill 400,000 Americans each year."
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Banning Flavored Vapes Might Be Good for Teens. It Also Might Be Racist
It seems awful strange to some experts that the feds are rushing to ban menthol e-cigs even as deadly menthol cigarettes remain on the market.
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The War on Drugs Is Coming for Vapes, and It's Not Going to End Well
"Making things illegal tends to make them more dangerous."
Vape-Related Deaths Are Scaring People Back Into Smoking Cigs
"I realized that if I'm going to die from nicotine, I'd rather have it be at age 60 from cancer than 24 from my lungs exploding or whatever."
Is Weed for Fun or Medicine? The Government Might Finally Decide
"Who is going to visit a doctor and pay a $35 copay to get cannabis, when they can go to the store and get it for $10?"
The U.S. Is Now Home to the Biggest Shroom Research Center in the World
This school just took psychedelic research to the next level.
A Top Congressional Democrat Still Thinks Weed Is a Gateway Drug
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer called cannabis "a threshold drug that leads to the use of harder, very harmful drugs."
JUUL Is Responding to Vaping Health Concerns with a Big Ole Shrug
The e-cigarette giant and the federal government aren't reacting quickly enough to signs vaping carries risks, critics charge.
The DEA Says It Will Make It Easier to Study Weed, but Experts Say There's a Catch
The government may allow more weed to be grown for research purposes. That doesn't mean researchers are doing cartwheels.
The Fight to Make Shroom Therapy Legal in Oregon
Denver and Oakland have decriminalized magic mushrooms, but campaigners here want to go even further.
Legit, Safe Places to Inject Heroin Are Closer Than Ever
A tool lots of other countries have tried is suddenly within reach in cities like Philadelphia.