Back in September, the deadline for applications to the FDA for nicotine vaping products passed. Any products introduced after September 9th must pass through the PMTA or pre-market tobacco application system. This was instituted after a rash of vaping fatalities that had nothing to do with nicotine vaping systems sold in small businesses around the country. States like Michigan and New York had already instituted flavor bans and popular pod maker JUUL came under fire in 2019 for their marketing to kids. So far, not much has changed regarding vaping but now that the industry is controlled and regulated by the FDA, will vaping end forever? In this video we catch up on the PMTA process and what it means for the future of vaping.