Indiana Announces E-Liquid Enforcement Plan

Indiana Alcohol Tobacco Commission

The Indiana Alcohol Tobacco Commission (ATC) has announced that it will not enforce for a period of 60 days the provisions of a 2015 Indiana law that requires e-liquid manufacturers to be licensed, and that unlicensed e-liquid products cannot be sold in the state beginning July 1, 2016, reports the National Association of Tobacco Outlets (NATO). A recent announcement on the agency’s website listing frequently asked questions about the new e-liquid law stated that the ATC will conduct a period of educational enforcement for 60 days beginning June 30, 2016 and that retailers have the option of selling or removing from store shelves any non-compliant e-liquids that were manufactured after July 1, 2015 and before June 30, 2016.