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  1. Liquid-Chris

    Liquid-Chris Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Aug 6, 2013
    Livermore, CA
    You've probably seen yesterday's Wall Street Journal story about possible intentions of the FDA to end online ecig and eliquid sales. (if not: http://online.wsj.co/arti/SB10001424127887323980604579028872575240180.html)

    At this point these people know this stuff is literally no more dangerous than caffeine and are complete puppets of big tobacco or big pharma and think we are so stupid we are unable to make decisions for ourselves.


    Everybody needs to get off their ... and email Mitchell Zeller and tell him that Free thinking Americans do not want the online sales of these life saving devices to end. Furthermore their role as puppets to big tobacco and big pharma will not be tolerated.

    Seriously, take 2 freaking minutes, one to email this guy at this address mitchell.zeller@fda.hhs.gov and one to tell a friend to do the same.

    Chris
     
  2. ZNinja

    ZNinja Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 7, 2013
    Austin, Ar. USA
    Sent mine. And bump.
     
  3. IronHorse

    IronHorse Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Mar 30, 2012
    Oregon
    CASAA: Wall Street Journal clarifies report of FDA "online sales ban"
    "An article published Friday in the Wall Street Journal that stated that the "Food and Drug Administration has been in discussions with the e-cigarette industry about a possible online-sales ban of the product" was updated with a correction later in the day. The article was changed from its original version to reflect that the Food and Drug Administration did not actually initiate the idea of a proposed ban on online sales of e-cigarettes. It also clarified that the FDA did not make nonpublic information available in its discussions with e-cigarette makers.

    According to the updated article:
    "Mr. Zeller said the FDA didn't release any nonpublic information in the listening sessions and didn't weigh in "on potential regulatory options—including any potential restrictions on e-cigarettes or any other particular product category." He said that any proposed rules will be issued to all interested parties at the same time."
    Because CASAA will be meeting with an FDA panel for a listening session on Monday (to discuss the ramifications for its members with potential regulations), the organization asked its members via its social media outlets to refrain from contacting the FDA regarding the Wall Street Journal article until more information was available.

    CASAA has stated that it will issue a Call to Action regarding the deeming regulations once the FDA actually posts the proposed regulations for public comment. The FDA has announced that those proposed regulations should be made public in October."
     
  4. Liquid-Chris

    Liquid-Chris Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

    Aug 6, 2013
    Livermore, CA
    Okay, let's sit on this and see what CASAA finds out,
    Chris
     
  5. IronHorse

    IronHorse Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Mar 30, 2012
    Oregon
    For sure....things are always complicated...
     
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