DIGITAL SINGLE MARKET CAMPAIGN
On 10 October, the CCC’s Luca Bertoletti and Bill Wirtz handed the Consumer Choice Center’s Digital Single Market research paper to the European Commission’s Head of E-Commerce.
TESTIMONY ON ONTARIO’S CANNABIS RULES
On 12 October, the CCC’s David Clement testified at the Ontario Standing Committee on Social Policy to provide comments on Bill 36, the province’s cannabis regulations.
CAPITOL HILL BRIEFING ON FDA REFORM
On 18 October, our Jeff Stier participated in a panel discussion dedicated to the FDA’s role in approving new consumer products that will improve countless lives. The event was co-hosted by Taxpayers Protection Alliance, R Street Institute and the Consumer Choice Center.
PUBLIC CANNABIS CONSUMPTION BAN IN ONTARIO WAS REVERSED
On 26 September, Ontario reversed their decision to ban all public consumption for cannabis. Check out how the Consumer Choice Center contributed to the creation of a more equitable, just and consumer-friendly cannabis market in Ontario.
NICOTINE IS NOT YOUR ENEMY SOIRÉE
On 2 October, the CCC hosted the ‘Nicotine is Not Your Enemy Soirée’ in Genève (Switzerland) to celebrate the life-saving advancements in nicotine consumption technology.
The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, a treaty of the World Health Organization (WHO), received the October 2018 BAN Award for preventing tobacco harm reduction and denying the science on life-saving e-cigarette and vaping technology.
EFFECTIVE STAND AGAINST THE FAIR FEES ACT
The FAA reauthorization is off to the White House, after the Senate voted 93-6 to clear the legislation without the FAIR Fees Amendments. Airlines can keep offering modularized services to different passengers with different preferences and price sensitivity. This is a win for consumer choice and competition in the airline industry.Check out how the Consumer Choice Center helped to keep the skies free by effectively opposing the FAIR Fees Act. #FreeSkiesAreFAIR
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: CCC MEDIA HITS
Legislative Assembly of Ontario: David Clement quoted by the Attorney General of Ontario
Huffpost: Kommt das Rauchverbot für Schauspieler?
San Diego Business Journal: A Styrofoam ban would hurt San Diego