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Thread: Jamaica lifts ban on e-cigs

  1. #1
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    Jamaica lifts ban on e-cigs

    Some encouraging news
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  2. #2
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    Central Vic,up near the Murray
    "The ban was announced yesterday with the Jamaica Customs declaring that the health ministry had indicated that it has not been able to determine the health risks, if any, which are associated with using e-cigarettes.

    Health Minister, Dr Fenton Ferguson, has since said the ministry has reviewed its position and will lift the ban so that consultations can be held with stakeholders before a final decision is made. "

    Refreshing to see a Govt Dept who actually has the guts to say " We dont know" ( if any ) and acts accordingly
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    /packs bags for jamaica
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    Ya need someone to help carry those bags venga?????

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    See here in Australia ecigs are a threat to taxes, a country like Jamaica is basically a tax free country so they will be more honest about things like ecigs because its not taking any money out of their pockets. Australia will fight as much as possible because its a huge threat to their income. Wouldnt surprise me if you looked you would probably find the countries trying to ban ecigs or regulate them etc are the ones losing a lot of tax dollars.
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