Tag: COP9

Monday’s News at a glance:- Nicotine Tax Passes House, Must Be Stopped in Senate – Tax will make people smoke more – “Build Back Better” Bill Is Likely to Increase Smoking Rates – REVISED Truth Initiative InfoGraphic – Parliament – ‘Good COP, Bad COP’ Awards Announced – Vapor Rebounds From Post-EVALI Declines – Reward smokers who want to quit – Finance Minister Liberman signs order – Banning is not always the answer – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Vaping and Stroke Risk: New Study Hypes the Wrong Conclusion – Vaping an effective way to quit smoking – A Federal Vaping Tax Is Bad Policy and Bad Politics – Strategies and Challenges for Tobacco and Nicotine Products – Dossier Raises Major Concerns – COP 9 Comes To An End – Court Denies Breeze Smoke’s Motion – Study challenges concern of e-cigarette use in high school students – FDA’s Courageous Decision Moves US Tobacco Policy In Right Direction – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- #COP9 LIVE 12 November 2021 – BECA draft report: second consideration of amendments – Confusing Communications, Shifting Guidance and Decision Paralysis – FDA: Stop Foot-Dragging – Nicotine Tax Update – Biden’s Vaping Tax Sparks Concerns – WHO Set To Fail Again – Antz Attempt To Influence COP9 – CAPHRA Writes To Delegates – COP Concerns – Polosa leads the ranking in his field of research – Vapers Call On Javid to Attend COP9 – The New Nicotine Patch – Women’s Voices Among Those Absent at COP – Biden Nomination of Califf as FDA Commissioner – The obscure UN conflab – Thai Government urged by pro e-cig group – Lobby group criticises KRA for increasing tax – Tobacco harm reduction policy in spotlight – PH agrees to follow science – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Prohibitionists at work: how the WHO damages public health through hostility to THR – The secret tobacco conference starts today – Fighting the Last War – Secretive WHO is ignoring the science on vaping – Open letter by NGO engaged students – COP9: the Secret Tobacco Control Meeting You Can’t Attend – Paediatricians Attack Ecigs – News From Parliament – It’s time to end smoking for good in the UK – House Democrats Tuck Vape Tax – Melbourne-based individual fined $7,992 – The battle over the government’s tough new vaping ban – WHO’s Global Tobacco Meet Needs A Reset – WHO undermines democracy – Group rallies support for smoking alternatives – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Expert statements on WHO and tobacco harm reduction – One hundred specialists call for WHO to change its hostile stance – Removing Barriers from Vaping: Tips for People with Disabilities – At Least 28 Vape Companies Have Challenged MDOs in Court – The FDA’s Confusing Rulings – Mackem Manager’s THR Madness – This Newsletter Is Not “FDA Approved” – A global look at vaping regulations – US sketches out tough regime for e-cigarettes – FDA’s Negligence Led to Youth E-Cigarette Use – Survey finds students are using vaping as quit smoking aid – Kenya must step up bid to help smokers – Scientists push for THR policies – Illegal Vape Products Seized in New Waterford – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA June news roundup – Polar Opposition Must be Resolved – Germany Passes E-Liquid Tax – Spanish anti-smoking bodies press for tax – Arbitrariness of Tobacco Control in Spain – Snus and The Art of Suppression – Conference Bans Harm Reduction Advocates – COP9 and Its Impact on Vapers – Vape Attacks Suit Big T – £1.7 million To Help Homeless Switch To Vaping – European Parliament’s Missed Opportunity – Washington, Votes to Ban Flavored Products – UK Health Agency Reaffirms the Power of Vaping – Back Vaping to Beat Smoking – ATR Leads Coalition Urging PMTA Extension – High excise duty on nicotine pouches is ill-advised – Bloomberg-funded “Campaign for Tobacco-free Kids” – Experts to expose global anti-vape lies – David Clement: Don’t ban flavoured vapes – Can India look for safer nicotine products? – Vaping, Police and Race – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- COP9 and Its Impact on Vapers – German Parliament Approves Tobacco Tax Hike – E Cigarettes On the NHS – Mayo Clinic Study: Vapers NOT More Likely to Get COVID – Great majority of vapers have managed to quit smoking – Dear Tobacco Control – Vaping store sees record sales post-lockdown – D.C.’s Flavor Ban is Rushed and Hushed – Oregon’s New Vaping Restrictions Will Drive Kids to Smoke – Regulate vaping to keep youth vaping incidences to a minimum – Cops Tased and Beat Teens – Vape Flavour Petition Dismissed Despite Mounting Evidence – New Brunswick’s rushed flavour ban – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- URGENT CALL TO ACTION FOR EU TAX CONSULTATION – Smoking Rates Tumble Across UK and EU – Vaping Prohibitionists Host Conference – Marvel Comics Creates Anti-Vaping Propaganda for FDA – “Mind Control Menace” – Vape Mail Ban Will Cause More Harm Than Good – IBVTA Welcomes Return Of Vape Store opening – Consumer Organisation Concerned About Vape Shop Security – VApril: Win By Switching To Vaping – UKVIA’s VApril Webinar – The APPG Report on the FCTC COP9 – Tobacco Harm Reduction: is there a “philanthropic colonialism” – Happy Unicorn Day – Misinformation and disinformation against THR – Vaping and e-cigarettes might actually help – Anti-Vaccine and Anti-Vaping: – Saskatchewan vape store owners upset – Lawmakers Want the FDA to Remove Vaping Products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Leaked papers: WHO to intensify its pointless and destructive war against innovation – expect many dead – Vaping In The News ~ September 7th – Leading Campaigners Address Indian Government – E-cigarette ban is no cure to India’s tobacco problem – Hempstead Horrorshow – E-cigs touted as potential healthier alternative – THR: Applying the Evidence to Policy – Vaping debate rages in Australia – Over-regulating e-cigarettes – Legal e-cigs in the clear in US epidemic – CDC’s Obfuscation of Link – Vaping Is NOT About To Kill You – The Facts on “Vaping-Related” Lung Illnesses – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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