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Gottlieb may have seemed an unlikely ally for public health folks wishing for greater e-cigarette regulation. He previously served on the board of a North Carolina vaping company and has previously expressed support for e-cigarettes, even when he introdu
The FDA’s decree will make vaping less appealing and less accessible to smokers interested in switching…why should adult smokers pay, potentially with their lives, for the carelessness of convenience store clerks? The moral logic of the tradeoff demande
the primary objective of the smoking ban is to protect people especially non-smokers from second-hand smoke. The argument put forth by the associations on more effective strategies to reduce the number of smokers in the country is less relevant and missin
Claire Fiddian-Green is president and CEO of the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation, which seeks to advance the vitality of Indianapolis and the well-being of its people.
There’s also our world-famous culture of hospitality to consider. A zero-tolerance approach doesn’t sit well with a hundred thousand fáiltes. The usual rule is that a guest’s comfort is priority (which is why Irish homes are heated to near boiling when g
Alameda, CA is considering an ordinance to license tobacco retailers and prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco products. Retailers are arguing that chewing tobacco should be exempted becuase theh claim the average age of those that chew is 40.
the industry’s youth smoking prevention activities fall broadly into five main categories: (1) family involvement self-help booklets, (2) school-based smoking prevention programs, (3) programs to prevent youth from accessing tobacco, (4) mass media campai
This year, voters in two states—Montana and South Dakota—will determine whether additional revenue should be collected from cigarette sales to fund programs other than cessation. This revenue would be generated from tobacco taxes, which are often market
email…from Jessica Glenza, a reporter for the Guardian US…drips with arrogance, ignorance and prejudice…Our research demonstrates…Center of the American Experiment opposed measures that would tax cigarettes. At the same time, the group accepted do
While the amendment is also bundled with a ban on offshore oil drilling, the need to protect the public’s right to a smoke-free workplace is an issue that deserves your attention and a “Yes” vote.