Cigarettes rise to $35-50 a pack after a sneaky 12.5% tax walking – and you won’t believe just how much a cigarette smoker now spends each year on their habit.
It became difficult to purchase JUUL in Australia with the non-stop policy for Juul. And now experts have strongly opposed the nicotine ban, saying that the government’s strategy can easily backfire.
The Melbourne City Council will be quickly electing on whether the definition of smoking should consist of vaping, which would certainly suggest that vaping would immediately be outlawed in non-smoking areas.
PUBLIC HEALTH is the large victor from Health Minister Greg Hunt’s choice to delay the ban on importing nicotine. Nevertheless, the fight to legalise vaping is much from over.
The thing I have noticed is it seems vaping has become more of a hobby opposed to an alternative to smoking. Many vapors love to share large collections of devices, juices, mods, etc and like a group of like-minded hobbyists trading ideas unlike say an RC car group or the like.
Some people here I’m sure they are happy to spend more money on vaping than they used to spend on cigarettes. But vaping is not supposed to be expensive and it doesn’t have to be either!