October 29, 2019 / 11:51 PM / 20 days ago

Massachusetts judge questions justifications for vaping sales ban

A Massachusetts judge on Tuesday questioned whether evidence suggesting an outbreak of lung injuries among e-cigarette users was caused by products containing marijuana’s active ingredient justified the state banning the sale of all vaping products.

Suffolk County Superior Court Judge Douglas Wilkins in Boston pressed a lawyer for the state defending the ban’s latest iteration on whether it could rationally still justify barring the sale of all vaping products, including those containing nicotine.

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