New York’s ban on the sale of flavored vaping products, also known as e-cigarettes, won’t take effect Friday after a state appellate court granted a request from an industry group to delay implementation of the rule.

The Appellate Division, Third Department, in an order handed down Thursday, barred the state from enforcing the ban until a motion for a preliminary injunction is decided by a trial court judge.

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