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Friday’s News at a glance:- UK E-Cigarette Summit – Nicotine regulation in Europe: – The Disposable Vapes Debate – Michigan Drops Its Vape Flavor Ban – Blind Lawmakers in Costa Rica – All Change For Thailand? – Stoptober NHS Advice – Tories Told About THR – Miss Information – Biden Could Pick Vaping Foe Robert Califf as FDA Chief – Heated Denver Council Hearing – FDA and Triton Argue in Court Filings – Chaos & Disorder – FDA’s First-Ever Vaping Product Authorization – FDA Approves an E-Cigarette for the First Time – Just Tell Me If Vape Lung Was Fake – WVA Calls On New Zealand – Vaping harm perceptions and an SSA fellowship – Experts Challenge WHO Position on Safer Nicotine – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Nicotine vapes are about to become illegal without a prescription. But will it stop young people from buying them? ~ Government closes loophole on e-cigarettes ~ Australia: New Medical Vaping Plan Begins October 1st ~ …

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Monday’s News at a glance:- FDA Has Now Issued PMTA Denials to 168 Vape Companies – Vaping Products, All of Them Are Now ‘Subject to Enforcement Action’ – CVA Responds to Flavour Ban Proposal – Tobacco control experts lament ‘unbalanced’ debate – New Smoking Pandemic Lurking – The FDA’s Anti-competitive E-Cigarette Restrictions – FDA Leaves U.S. Vaping Industry Mired in Chaos – FDA delays decision on e-cigarettes – Democrats To Slug Poorest Americans With Tax Hikes – Bill prohibits use of vapes in areas frequented by minors – Don’t Rush FDA’s Vaping Products Review – What Does The TGA Think It’s Doing? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Health Canada consults on the really dumb idea – Please, Health Canada – Flavoured vaping ban slammed – Vape Age Restrictions – Memo to Legislators: – The FDA Denies 800 More Flavored Vaping Products – Tax Parity Bill Would Increase Youth Smoking – Congress Must Rein in Federal Agencies – FDA Still Sending Warning Letters – Glantzing At Science Again – CAPHRA Demands Balanced Debate – Sleepwalking To Crisis – Lithuania Will Prohibit Vape Flavors – FDA Pushes Nicotine Patches – The stickies must flow – Science-based approach to regulation – The Vaping Industry As We Know It – Patt Denning Describes Her Switch – Asia Pacific Declaration – Misinformation on Twitter – WHO deferral on THR ‘tragic’ – Ignorance and Idealism – US nicotine pouch sales have grown – 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:- Homeless people to be given free e-cigarettes as part of new trial – New study: nicotine pouches have 99% lower toxicity than cigarettes – The SSA talks to Caitlin Notley – European Parliament’s BECA draft – Hancock Out – Javid In – Ice Cream Demonstration – Over 10,000 Canadians Call on Parliament – An educational intervention can help vapers – Encouraging smokers to switch – Achieving Smokefree 2025 goal will be costly – Japan FY 2020 cigarette sales dive – India govt needs to embrace THR – Consider THR for smoking cessation – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Clive Bates: “We must restore the confidence of consumers lost because of misinformation” – Ethan Nadelmann on Tobacco Harm Reduction – EU TPD a ‘wasted opportunity’ to learn from Sweden – Nicotine Pouches Face Attacks – European Commission weighs up the benefits and risks – Nicotine flavor ban – NNA Writes To Government – ETHRA Addresses APPG Inquiry – AVCA Celebrates World Vape Day – Researchers Tackling Misperceptions – WHO Report Slammed – Smokers Condemned To Death – Nicotine misperceptions – Taxes Keep Smokers Smoking – Will China Bring Vapes Under the Country’s Tobacco Monopoly? – Did the CDC’s Lack of Transparency – Quebec Coalition for Tobacco Control – India Missed A Public Health Opportunity – Consumer advocates to tackle lies about vaping – Kenya’s ban of oral nicotine increased smoking – US Nicotine Vaping Product SimSmoke – World Vape Day 2021 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Harry’s blog 111: Stop talking about stopping – Vaping and Science – Dutch Vapers Can Still Prevent Flavor Prohibition – San Francisco Flavor Ban Tied to More Teen Smoking – Why you should NOT equate snus with cigarettes – British government review of rules – Taskforce Says Smoking Is An Illness – Netherlands Bans Flavours – Europe’s TPD Update – VPZ Breaks Records – NZ Wants Vaping Starter Kits – WVA Details Plans For World Vape Day – On World No Tobacco Day – Kiwis celebrate World Vape Day – World Vape Day aims to raise awareness – At ‘World No Tobacco Day’ Roundtable – Health Risks Of Vaping – Nicotine buzz in the air – CAPHRA supports ‘historic’ vaping bill – WHO’s Latest Tobacco Report – The E-Cigarette Summit – The Canadian Vaping Association – Canada’s Reckless Fight – Rethink THR Strategies – Science should prevail over politics – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Levelling up and capitalising on Brexit – Anti Vaping WHO – The Great Vape Debate – No increased cardiovascular risk for snusers – New RCP Report: Smoking and health 2021 – Toilet Tantrum in Australia – Britain must stand up to the WHO – Rejigging tobacco strategy is essential – Covid-19 and smoking: – Asian Consumers to Celebrate ‘Safer Choice’ – Switching to safer alternatives is also quitting – 2021 New Zealand budget on health reforms – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Snus has Sweden on track to be world’s first smoke-free country – Proper Funding, Not Prohibitions – They protest far too much – what happened to scientific curiosity? – Sweden, Norway, Japan embrace THR – World Vape Day 2021 – UKECRF Vape Research Update – Proposed federal e-cigarette tax would threaten public health – Canada Proposes New Federal Vape Tax From 2022 – High school seniors who used e-cigarettes may have otherwise been cigarette smokers: – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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