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Friday’s News at a glance:- Where Did Underage Vapers Get E-Cigarettes in 2019 – Azar Promises Streamlined PMTA – Federal Government Misled Public – WHO Vape Report Misleading and Misinformation – Instagramers still love vaping – NZ Government Delay Helps Nobody – No NZ Teen Epidemic – E-cigarettes: how risky are they? – Tobacco harm reduction and the right to health – The Rise of Vaping and the War Against It – In Seeking the Truth, you have to get both sides of the story – What Would Actually Convince the Surgeon General? – Time for FCTC to integrate THR at COP9 – A One Shoe Fits All Solution – Taxing Nicotine Products: A Primer – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- CDC Confirms Black Markets, not “Vaping,” Caused Outbreak – Vaping (Marijuana) and Lung Disease:  – USA wavers on flavour bans – Health: Vaping – Q&A on the FDA’s Flavored E-Cig Policy – New CDC Report Highlights the Risks of Black-Market THC Vapes – Michael Bloomberg’s E-Cigarette Ban – Scholarships Misrepresented – Queenstown Snobs – Forum Post Research Farce – Chasing The Juul Ambulance – News Roundup – E-cigs seen as less harmful relative to cigarettes – Smoking, vaping and the nanny state – Vaping Tax Economics – How to get around the vaping ban? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Vape Predictions 2020:  – The Incomparable Deceit Of The WHO – FDA Infographic – Expert Reaction to two papers – Massachusetts Department of Public Health – U.S. Prefers Mass Hysteria – Study Highlights ‘Fear Agenda’ Impact – Mylo Rapped By ASA – Vape Recycling First for NZ – Ireland Attacks Flavours – Vatican Vatican’t Vape – Vapers: A Key New Addition – Blame Anti-Tobacco Advocates for Youth Vaping “Epidemic” – China’s e-cig industry cuts 10% of staff – Lessons for President Trump – The HHS Smoking Gun – Tobacco harm reduction saves lives – Let’s Freak Out About Vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance: Finland’s extreme anti-nicotine policy – A Myth Busting Guide – Why the U.K. Isn’t Having Problems With Vaping – Outrageous Nicotine Tax Bill – EU Organization Criticises UK – FDA Awards “Modified Risk” Status – Analysis Reveals that 44% of State Health Departments – Canada Might Allow Vendors To Tell The Truth – Goodbye Norman – JUUL Embroiled In Controversy Again – VPZ To Help Mental Health Patients – “Expert” Attacks THR Initiative – Ireland to ban cigarette machines – Shenzhen levying e-cigarette fines – Vaping bans will escalate health crisis – Trump Voters Say They Might Abandon Him – Early in recovery, addicts look to vaping – Jenny Salesa backtracks – Tainted vape pens selling 2-for-1 – Vaping Companies Brace – Northern Territory’s high smoking rate – JCTC wants vaping banned in Jamaica – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Flavours to be banned across the USA as CNN bans vape ads & Sally Davies talks more nonsense – 14 Days to Prohibition – In Seeking the Truth – A United Voice for the Canadian Vaping Industry – NNA: UK Government’s Green Paper Detrimental to Public Health – NY Blood Money Ban – AVA Responds To NY Ban – $20 million Campaign – Tanks For Not Vaping – Michigan Ban Challenge – Vaping: Why Wait for the Evidence? – White House abruptly cancels meeting – Lung Disease Misinformation – Don’t Protect Cigarettes – A dim-witted war on vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- San Francisco vape ban becomes law; WHO sticks to anti-vaping line – Brexit Britain’s vaping paradise – San Fran Fallout – Canadian Data Causes Celebration – ACLU Objects to Nicotine Testing in Nebraska School – Vaping In The News – June 29th – The Golden Gate City Needs MSA Funds – Vermont Implements the Second Highest Vape Tax in the US – Colin Mendelsohn and Simon Chapman discuss vaping – VPZ to create 1,000 jobs and 200 stores across UK – THR Advocacy-Science and Consumers – Alana’s ‘uplifting journey’ – E-Cigarettes to be banned in Indoor – Governments must find optimal regulatory balance – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- San Francisco pushes on with vape ban; Hungary starts to tighten the law – GFN 2019 – a very civil society – 10 Things I Learned From the Global Forum on Nicotine 2019 – Vaping In The News – June 22nd – New study on second-hand JUUL vapour – Heavy Metal – Bad categories, bad science – San Francisco Board of Supervisors to Vote Tuesday – Rights 4 Vapers Reaction to Study – Health Canada proposes new regulations – Tobacco companies begin to switch – e-cigarettes sans nicotine less harmful alternative? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Popcorn Poppycock – Science Special – Nic Salt Liquids – Global Forum on Nicotine – The Heart of the Problem – Characteristics of Vaping Products – New FDA Farce – Australian Poisoning Study – Vaping nicotine is the most popular way to quit cigarettes, so why’s it banned? – Public Health Officials Should Avoid ‘Deeming’ Epidemics – Dirty Details of the Coordinated effort to Kill Vaping – The FDA’s Refusal to Promote E-Cigs – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Bad news dominates vaping headlines as BAT pushes back against opponents – Science and Technology Committee’s Seventh Report on E-cigarettes – How do Vape Shops contribute to ‘health on the high street’ rankings? – Do not enact the Tobacco Law proposal in Sweden – Drakeford Elected Welsh First Minister – Oz Rates Quash Victory Claims – Youth! Youth! Youth! – Altria Says Goodbye to Vapor – Human Rights & Ethical Considerations – Juul tries to make friends in Washington – E-cigarette sellers held in Hyderabad – As tobacco disappears from shelves – Vaping In The News December 8th – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Dige

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Friday’s News at a glance: Progress in New Zealand and UK, but Indonesia tells vapers to smoke – Plain Failure – If vaping helps smokers kick the habit, the Government must support it – Dr. Farsalinos Submits Official Complaint – Bill to tighten control on e-cigarettes – Ontario’s ‘Solution’ To Vaping – FDA Wants New Nicotine Replacement Products – Jamaicans warned against using e-cigarettes – Traveling With Your E-Cigarettes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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