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Heads Up – News – Updates 7.23.2019

Call to Action for sales ban in Richmond, California. 10-year vaping advocate lays down the facts. FDA makes “magical” commercials. Steve Pociask, CEO of the American Consumer Institute, gives an opinion about vaping regulations. Researchers surprised ANTZ scaremongering backfired.

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RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA: (URGENT CALL TO ACTION!) City considering banning safer tobacco & vapor products like the law in San Francisco. Scheduled for introduction TONIGHT at 6:30 PM. Opportunity for public comment at 5:30 PM!

Richmond, CA is moving toward the new vaping prohibition – CASAA


THE MORE YOU KNOW: Get the FACTS from a 10 year vaper and advocate.

“First, I want to say that TODAY IS MY TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF QUITTING SMOKING. I can say with 100% certainty that, without vapor products, I’d still be smoking today. And I’m horrified and terrified that these low risk products may soon not be available for people who vape or still smoke, while cigarettes remain freely sold…”

Read More: Glimpses Through The Mist: It’s My 10 Year Smoke-free Anniversary and I’m Terrified

THE MORE YOU KNOW: FDA makes commercials showing vapor products “magically” turning into cigarettes. It takes magical thinking to claim vaping is a gateway to smoking for youth when high school smoking has DECLINED 17.2% to 8.1% (2009-2018) despite vaping.
FDA Uses Magic Tricks In First TV Ads To Prevent Teens From Vaping

OPINION: (Steve Pociask, American Consumer Institute) “It’s time for policymakers and regulators in the U.S. to stop demonizing vaping and acknowledge that e-cigarettes can help millions of smokers live longer, healthier lives.”

E-Cigarettes Could the Save the Lives of Millions of Smokers. Why Aren’t We Talking About It?

RESEARCH: After decades of telling folks that cigarette companies are “adding chemicals to tobacco that make cigarettes more addictive/harmful,” they’re now surprised people believe “additive-free” or “organic” cigarettes are less addictive/harmful.

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