A new law buried on page 5,136 of December’s federal stimulus bill appears likely to create significant burdens for vape hardware manufacturers and has the potential to disrupt the cannabis vape supply chain.
Taking effect March 28, the law requires companies that ship vapes to businesses to register with the U.S. Attorney General and state tobacco tax administrators in every state where a company sells products, among other bureaucratic hurdles, according to an analysis from Pittsburgh law firm Tucker Arensberg shared with WeedWeek.
- Companies must then report their sales to state administrators monthly. The law “will certainly make business more difficult,” the document says.
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