Montana Judge Announces Suspension of Ban on Seasoned glass pipes cheap
According to foreign reports, the glass pipes for smoking on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes expected to take effect this week in Montana has been blocked by a Montana judge.
District Judge Jennifer Lint of Laval County signed a temporary restraining order on October 18 to ban Governor Steve Bullock and state health officials from enforcing emergency rules on flavored glass pipes for sale products. The ban on flavored e-cigarettes was announced on October 9 and is expected to take effect on 22.
It is reported that Lint took action in response to a lawsuit filed by three vape stores and an industry organization last Wednesday. They claimed that the 120-day ban was an overly restrictive response to the nationwide outbreak of diseases and deaths related to electronic cigarettes, which they said was caused by illegal black market products.
Erin Loranger, Braddock's press secretary, told the Laouali government that officials were reviewing the judge's ruling.
The lawsuit was filed by the montana smokeless association, Freedom Vapes, Liberty Smoke and uBlaze Vapor, and the ban may force more than 20 montana businesses to close.
Business owners said lung diseases may be caused by "illegal addition" of THC or marijuana products to legal hand blown glass pipes products. According to the plaintiffs, none of the products sold by the companies involved in the lawsuit contained tetrahydrocannabinol or marijuana.
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