FDA’s Vaping Regulations Will Hurt Smokers Trying to Quit

Because lawmakers didn’t understand that the future might bring new, better products, we’ll soon be stuck with only the old, dirty options. By Eric Boehm (reason.com) Electronic cigarettes are now […]

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What E-Cigarettes Can Teach Us About Fake News

By Libby Coleman (OZY.com) “Fake news” is a two-word combination that’s been more popular in 2016 and 2017 than “Beyoncé’s baby.” The criticisms of duplicity swing both ways, right and […]

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Judicial Watch Sues Over Records on Obama E-Cig Regs

(Standard Newswire) In 2016, FDA Ruled E-Cigarettes ‘Tobacco Products,’ Restricting Their Sale and Distribution Despite Conclusive Studies Showing Their Substantial Success in Ending Tobacco Addiction Contact: Jill Farrell, Judicial Watch, […]

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CDC report shows more smokers try to quit with e-cigs than nicotine replacement products

By Richard Craver (Winston-Salem Journal) Federal health regulators continue to de-emphasize electronic cigarettes and vaporizers as smoking-cessation options even as they acknowledge increased use of the products for that purpose. […]

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4 Ways Legal Medical Cannabis Benefits Society

By Paul Armentano (Waking Times) Access to medicinal cannabis is improving Americans’ quality of life in ways few advocates could have initially predicted. As the number of people utilizing marijuana […]

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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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Commentary: Don’t bet against e-cigarettes yet

By Amy L. Fairchild and Sharon Green (Austin American-Statesman) Over the past five years, tobacco control advocates have begun to strategize about a Tobacco Endgame, which envisions a tobacco-free future. […]

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