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The FDA must have basic oversight authority over all tobacco products. No tobacco product is safe and all are addictive. Indeed, the TCA which gives FDA authority over all tobacco products states:
FDA must consider the impact on our children’s health as they create rules concerning cigars and e-cigarettes. This means prohibiting flavored cigars and e-cig cartridges (which appeal to kids), child-proof containers and other provisions that will help k
The FDA Must Regulate Emerging Products With Particular Appeal to Youth Such as Little Cigars, Hookah and E-cigarettes
My UCSF colleagues just submitted this comment to FDA:…FDA’s decision to not take the necessary steps to adopt tobacco product standards prohibiting the use of flavoring of all covered products under the current rulemaking, as well as other products cur
TRANSFORMERS MAKES 3 BILLION TOBACCO IMPRESSIONS ON CHINA AND USA In three short weeks, Transformers: Age of Extinction (PG-13) has delivered an estimated 2.4 billion tobacco impressions in China and 1.5 billion tobacco impressions in the US and Canad
The National Association of Tobacco Outlets (NATO) has sent an action alert to its members telling them how to submit comments to the FDA and suggesting what to say. The full alert is here; the key elements are reproduced below:
. The campaigners asked the administration to “examine and limit” the number of smoking shots, and require all cinemas to run anti-smoking advertisements before the movie.
Several people have asked me to collect all the public comments that we have submitted to the FDA on the deeming rule. They are listed here, as well as comments from elsewhere that have been sent to me for posting.
Several people have asked me why we are submitting so many (relatively) short comments rather than one huge one, which is what most groups do. Others have asked how to comment. First, how to comment: