A Michigan judge temporarily stopped the state from imposing a ban on flavored electronic cigarette products, Bloomberg News reported Oct. 15.
The judge reportedly said the emergency provision sidestepped normal legislative procedures.
The ruling makes Michigan the second state to temporarily halt a state-sanctioned ban on e-cigarettes amid an increase in vaping-related illnesses and deaths.
In September, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered a ban on all e-cigarette sales in the state.
But earlier this month, New York's appellate court imposed a temporary stay on the state's vaping ban after Washington-based trade group Vapor Technology Association challenged the measure.