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Poll: Will new regulations quench e-cigarette sales?

e-cigaretteNew laws introduced in South Australia this week, will prohibit the sale of e-cigarettes online and the use of e-cigarettes in non-smoking areas.

The legislation also means that Minors will have limited access to shisha devices and e-cigarettes.

The state government introduced the laws to limit the pathways for minors to progress to smoking tobacco, with Health minister Stephen Wade saying it was an important public health measure to reduce harm.

“There will be a six-month transition period for retailers to make some of the required changes to their business”, Wade said. “This will provide time to remove displays, advertising, and online sales of e-cigarette products.”

Today, we’re asking if you think tight regulations around e-cigarettes will have a big impact on retailers and manufacturers?

Share your thoughts in the comments.

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