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Biden’s Vaping Tax

Sparks Concerns People Will Go Back to Cigarettes House Democrats are poised to vote on imposing a new federal excise tax on e-cigarettes—but without a tax increase on traditional cigarettes—leading some public-health experts to warn that the provision could push …

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FDA orders three small e-cigarette makers to pull products from the market

  The moves could be the first in a larger agency crackdown on vaping products By Dan Diamond The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday ordered three small e-cigarette manufacturers not to sell their flavored products, the first in a …

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Imperial Brands Science

Imperial Brands Science OUR THOUGHTS Search for: //AN OPEN LETTER TO THE SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH ON NICOTINE AND TOBACCO Posted 11/08/2021 1:33pm We are very disappointed and concerned to hear that the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) …

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The WHO’s bizarre war on e-cigarettes

When the COP26 climate change conference hits Glasgow at the end of October, the media will be out in force to discover how world leaders are going to meet their ambitious carbon emission targets. It will be on the front …

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World NGO Day 2021

And lessons from Bloomberg’s anti-tobacco campaign in the Philippines Lindsey Stroud | Taxpayers Protection Alliance Today (Feb. 27) is World NGO Day, aka World Non-Governmental Organization Day. This is a day that is officially recognized in more than 89 countries …

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Pushing Vapers back to cigarettes?

A dangerous new provision in federal law By Trevor Burrus New York Daily News | Dec 31, 2020 On about page 5,000 of the 5,500-page federal COVID relief law is a hidden and largelyundiscussed section that could push thousands of …

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Why Australia’s draconian vaping policies deserve condemnation

Michael McGrady 2 July 2020 Over one year ago, I authored a column in these very pages for The Spectator Australia. In that column, I registered my observations with readers by declaring my views that state and federal Australian governments care not …

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Everybody is talking about vaping and “popcorn lung” again

A previous version of this article showed a wildly inaccurate graph*. I had previously calculated the density of diacetyl in popcorn factory air using its density in a liquid state (0.990 g/ml) rather than its density in a gaseous state (.0036 g/ml) …

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Much ado about nothing

Harvard’s diacetyl scare – Fergus Mason Yet again there’s a new study out on vaping, and as usual it’s stuffed full of scary words like diacetyl. However a closer look suggests that the researchers have found little that’s new and …

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Vaping, smoking restrictions neither necessary, fair

As public health leaders, we have been deeply troubled by an alarmist turn in the tone of the electronic cigarette debate and calls for wide-reaching bans that could keep an important tool out of the hands of smokers who want …

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