Montana judge allows marijuana vaping ban to stand

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A judge cleared the path for Montana to enforce a temporary emergency ban on flavored vaping products, including those containing THC.

The 120-day ban began Wednesday afternoon.

District Judge Jennifer Lint ruled against vape shop owners who sued to block the emergency ban from taking effect.

Business owners argued that the rise of the lung injuries linked to vaping, appear to be caused by black-market products.

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