Originally Posted by david4500
THE head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has called for governments across the world to ban e-cigarettes.
E-cigarettes, which some experts consider to be less addictive than tobacco, have been viewed as potential alternatives by some researchers. But speaking at the World Conference on Tobacco or Health in Abu Dhabi yesterday Dr Margaret Chan, Director General, WHO, insisted ďnon-smoking
Originally Posted by Bill Godshall
I drove up to Buffalo (NY) yesterday to urge Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz to veto a bill that would ban vaping.
Amazingly, about 40 vapers and vaping advocates packed the conference room, and about 25 vapers (including many vape shop owners/employees) testified at the 90 minute public hearing urging Mark Poloncarz to reject the bill. Other testifiers against the bill included a registered nurse, an employer who allows vaping in his workplace, a human resources manager who said
Iím Bill Godshall, founder and executive director of Smokefree Pennsylvania, a nonprofit organization that since 1990 has been advocating local, state and federal policies to ban smoking in workplaces, reduce tobacco marketing to youth, hold cigarette companies accountable in civil litigation, increase cigarette tax rates, fund tobacco education and smoking cessation
Unfortunately for public health, the Canadian House of Commons recommended many new cigarette protecting bans and regulations on vapor products advocated by the same intolerant and arrogant extremists who endorsed and defended Health Canadaís purported 2008 e-cig ban (that the House of Commons finally acknowledges was/is a disasterous policy failure)....