MEDIA POST: Jeff Stier, a senior fellow at the Consumer Choice Center, calls the proposed menthol ban “naive” in an op-ed for USA Today. Stier, who is billed as “a voice for consumers who believe paternalists don’t have a monopoly on public health,” says an outright ban will not only be “ineffective” but also will lead to “countless unintended consequences, including increased youth smoking, especially in minority communities.”

Stier writes: “Kids could easily buy loose cigarettes stored in sealed baggies with unwrapped menthol cough drops.”

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