Call to Action update in Oklahoma. The truth about the fungus/bacteria study. TV show makes a great point. Compromise means admitting “guilt.” CASAA still needs members to join our Facebook state groups and moderators!
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OKLAHOMA: (CALL TO ACTION!) CASAA has learned that HB 1389, which would ban vaping in the same places where smoking is prohibited is likely to come up for a vote in the full senate TODAY. Every vaper and their friends in OK need to ACT NOW!OK – Stop a Vaping Place Ban!INDIANA: (UPDATE!) A 20% sin tax on safer alternatives to smoking reportedly died without vote Wed. after dropping to 5%. Sponsors Tim Brown & Ed Charbonneau said they couldn’t muster support in their caucuses for even that amount.Indiana e-cigarette tax dies on last day of legislature
THE MORE YOU KNOW: Ignore the headlines. Vape fungus/bacteria study authors admit levels found even “lower than in the occupational environment” (ie. workplace air.) NOTE: “Beta” glucans are also found in PLANTS (not just scary-sounding “fungus”) & have been used to TREAT diabetes, HIV/AIDS and even cancer. They have also been found to help with respiratory infections. “Glucans” are a lot more complex than what is being reported.
Study Finds Signs Of Bacteria And Fungi In Many Vaping Products
On a recent episode of the TV show Madame Secretary she said, “You’re conjuring hypothetical people in order to distract real people from a real issue.”The same could be said about conjuring hypothetical teens who “might” start smoking after vaping to distract from REAL issue of 34+ mil ADULTS who smoke LOSING access.
If you try to compromise with ANTZ on taxes, online bans, indoor bans, c-store bans, etc. because a youth vaping “epidemic” is “erasing progress,” you’re compromising on a LIE. You’ve just ADMITTED GUILT to something that doesn’t even exist and THEY WIN.
Vital Signs: Tobacco Product Use Among Middle …
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