Take Action – Stop an ordinance that would ban the sale of flavored vapor products is moving to a hearing in the Columbus City Council.
OREGON – The Mulnomah Co. Commissioners are asking for public feedback on a proposal to ban flavored, low-risk alternatives to smoking. Get your comments in before the Dept. of Health presents to the…
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Learn more about Proposition 31 and make sure you are registered to vote in order to prevent a flavor ban!
Support a citizens’ petition to keep safer, open-system synthetic nicotine products legally available for people who smoke.
Starting on May 4, 2022, the FDA is accepting comments on two proposed rules banning the use of flavors other than tobacco in combustible tobacco products.
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Please take a moment TODAY to make a call and send a message to your representative urging them to support HB 3615.
Stop SB 367 which would ban sales of vapor products in flavors other than tobacco and establish a limit on nicotine content at 35mg/mL.
Stop Tennessee from enforcing FDA’s failing regulations on low-risk nicotine and tobacco products – Oppose HB2119 & SB 2143