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CONSERVATIVE GROUPS SEND LETTER ON VAPING — A coalition of 25 conservative groups is urging Trump to keep flavored e-cigarettes on the market, arguing the products are “essential to the success of vaping as an alternative to cigarette use long-term.”

Groups such as Americans for Tax Reform, Consumer Choice Center and FreedomWorks argued the administration’s envisioned flavored vape ban would go against the White House’s deregulatory agenda and “destroy thousands of small businesses.” This comes as the White House abruptly organized, and then canceled, a meeting with conservative groups over vaping, which it said at the time would be rescheduled.

Read the article from POLITICO here.


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CCC Submission to the FDA: Flavor Bans on Less Harmful Products

To:       Food and Drug Administration: Agency/Docket Number: Docket No. FDA-2017-N-6565 RIN: 0910-AH60 From:  Jeff Stier, Senior Fellow Consumer Choice Center Date:   July 17, 2018 This document is in response to the FDA’s request for comments, data, research results, or other information about, among other things, how flavors attract youth to initiate tobacco product […]

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