New York Times editorial shoots at Big Tobacco, hits innocent vapers instead

By Guy Bentley (Washington Examiner) The editorial board of the New York Times found itself in the curious position Wednesday of attacking Big Tobacco by supporting regulations that wipe out […]

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What The New York Times Gets Wrong On Vaping Regulation

By Sally Satel (Forbes) Yesterday, the New York Times published an editorial titled “Big Tobacco Attacks Sensible F.D.A. Vaping Rules.” Two points for debate surface immediately. First is the question of just […]

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CEI E-Cigarette Lawsuit Takes on Activist Agencies

By Michelle Minton (Competitive Enterprise Institute) The battle over electronic cigarettes heats up even more this week as the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s general counsel Sam Kazman argued in court today […]

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Smoking numbers hit new low as Britons turn to vaping to help quit cigarettes

New data reveals a significant decline in number of smokers over last five years, while the daily number of cigarettes consumed has also fallen By Sarah Boseley (The Guardian) The […]

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The government has to change its tune on how to reduce harm from tobacco

By Joel Nitzkin (Washington Examiner) A recent report from the Core Team on Tobacco Control drew 120 eminent signatories from the tobacco control community to endorse the proposition that it […]

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Landmark Study: Pot Smoke Doesn’t Cause Strokes, But Tobacco Does and Weed Can Stop It

By Jack Burns (The Free Thought Project) We know it may seem counter-intuitive to what we already know about tobacco, but a steady stream of scientific research is revealing some […]

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