The Israeli ministerial committee approved the bill that would ban advertisements for cigarettes and smoking products

KIKAR: International organizations that encourage low-risk substitutes, such as the Consumer Choice Center, while lobbyists Tzach Borovich of the lobby office and the Barak Foundation of Connecticut create the electronic cigarette Juul. Juul’s lobbyists got into the picture mainly after they learned that under the law the Department of Health intended to ban Juul’s marketing (translation from Hebrew).

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