Nomination for the CASAA liberry: Achieving appropriate regulations for electronic cigarettes

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  1. Rickajho

    Rickajho ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I think this is a very good, comprehensive paper that deserves a link on the CASAA information pages:

    Achieving appropriate regulations for electronic cigarettes

    One of the more well thought out papers covering a boat load of issues including harm reduction and why pointless over regulation is a problem. Very comprehensive.
     
  2. Talyon

    Talyon Vape 4 Life Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Seconded. :thumbs:
     
  3. cmknight

    cmknight Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    The way I read the Precautionary Principal part of that, it looks to me like the ANTZ are violating almost every single court decision regarding Precautionary Principle in their push to get ENDS regulated and/or banned.

    Am I reading it correctly, or am I totally out to lunch?
     
  4. Tedlee

    Tedlee Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    That was how i took it as well. I suspect a massive legal challenge is coming once the FDA makes their decision. Which I expect it to be similar to what we are currently seeing in states across the country. Just my :2c:
     
  5. amoret

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    Just sent the link to the North Dakota quit smoking people. We're just starting to get towns considering regulation. I had already sent them information once, including my own story as a 40+ year smoker who has finally been able to quit.
     
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