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Andrew DeWeese, one of the lawyers from the Green Light Law Group that filed the lawsuit on behalf of Dyme, tells WW he "applauds" the decision by the court.
"The Court correctly recognized the OLCC could not connect flavors with the lung injuries we're seeing from vaping, and that failing to stay the ban would result in irreparable harm to our client," DeWeese said. "We look forward to public health authorities providing real protection to consumers by identifying the real culprits behind the lung injuries."
For now retailers can re-load their shelves with flavored vapes of both kinds and cannot be penalized for doing so.
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