People keep dying from vape-associated illnesses. Here's a list of the 31 reported U.S. deaths in 22 states, plus one in Great Britain.
Hemper is famous for its unique glass designs, such as their Halloween Jack the Ripper Bong, a perfect piece for the spooky October holiday.
The same associates of Rudolph Giuliani who were arrested on October 10 for their involvement in Ukraine dirty tricks also had a scheme to obtain marijuana licenses in Nevada. We've since learned that Andrey Kukushkin is a partner in several Sacramento canna-businesses.
In December, Rebelution's Eric Rachmany and Kyle Ahern will barnstorm a 12-city acoustic tour to benefit the Last Prisoner Project, whose goal is to get busted marijuana users out of jail and back into society.
American-born Israeli citizen Naama Issacher was arrested for a small amount of marijuana in Russia in April. She's currently in prison there and is being used as a pawn in a game of international intrigue.
Oregon has joined several other states in banning vape products that contain flavoring agents.
An amendment in the Transportation Omnibus bill passed by the California legislature prevents passengers on weed tour buses from lighting up. Governor Newsom signed the bill into law on October 10.
Vaping is not - at least at this point - a safe or conscientious way to consume cannabis. One death connected to the use of any cannabis product is too many.