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Vape Ban Stands But Judge Outlines Conditions

A Juul display was cleared out in September at Richdale Convenience Store across from the State House. Surrounding the empty case were packed shelves of cigarettes, lottery tickets, and diverse CBD products. [Photo: Sam Doran/SHNS]

In a ruling critical of how Gov. Charlie Baker went about banning the sale of all vaping products for four months, a Superior Court judge on Monday allowed the administration's full ban to stay in effect, but only until next week unless changes are made.

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