Harm-Reduction

World tobacco expert against Kahlon: ‘You’ve got a problem chaverim (guys)’

FORBES: Jeff Stier, one of the world’s leading experts on harm reduction, is attacking the Israeli Finance Minister’s decision to tax IQOS like regular cigarettes.

VIDEO: 5 Years of Failure: Australia’s Plain Packaging Policy

YOUTUBE: Dr. Sinclair Davidson of RMIT University: Australia’s branding ban on tobacco products has failed. What policies can we follow to cut down on smoking?

Should the government spend money to lobby itself?

HAMILTON SPECTATOR: When we see campaigns like Freeze The Industry we need to ask some tough questions. Why is the government spending money to lobby itself?

Should the government spend money to lobby itself?

WATERLOO CHRONICLE: When we see campaigns like Freeze The Industry we need to ask some tough questions. Why is the government spending money to lobby itself?

The Public Health Alcohol Bill is Bad for Ireland

HIBERNIA FORUM: The Public Health Alcohol Bill being debated in Ireland is one of the most draconian set of alcohol legislation in the EU.

Ο ναργιλές κερδίζει τον πόλεμο εναντίον του καπνού

LIBERAL.GR: Καθώς οι κυβερνήσεις σε ολόκληρο τον κόσμο προχωρούν στην καταστολή της κατανάλωσης καπνού, η ανάλυση των συνεπειών αυτών των πολιτικών που αφορούν τη συμπεριφορά των ανθρώπων αποκτά καίρια σημασία.

Easy on the taxes re marijuana, says consumer advocate

HAMILTON SPECTATOR: The marijuana boom is going to hit Canada in 2018, but our country’s regulators are going to stifle potential growth.

Bill de Blasio: How to create more Eric Garner tragedies

Step 1: Stimulate offense against a consumer product that is not inherently harmful to anyone but its user. The tobacco industry is once again using the techniques of decades ago to hook people on a product. https://t.co/Iv7frRtTKk — Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) April 19, 2017 Step 2: Propose a price floor or tax to reduce […]

Harm reduction for tobacco addicts – plain packaging doesn’t work

In countries such as Canada, France, the United Kingdom, and South Africa, measures aimed at reducing smoking and tobacco use are on the primary docket.

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