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Oregon Call to Action!

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  1. Sweetab

    Sweetab Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 17, 2013
    Portland, OR
    They are trying to over regulate our vape! Read about it from CASAA. There is a town hall meeting in Salem at 2pm!

    URGENT! Hearing WEDNESDAY, February 5th, 2014.


    House Bill 4115 would--
    Ban e-cigarette use everywhere in Oregon where smoking is banned
    Ban e-cigarette lounges throughout Oregon (only tightly restricted 'sampling' will be permitted in e-cigarette stores)
    Ban e-cigarette use in a motor vehicle if there is a person under the age of 18 present


    URGENT!


    The House Human Services & Housing Committee will hold a hearing on HB 4115 on Wednesday, February 5th at 3:00 PM. The hearing will take place at the Oregon State Capitol (900 Court Street NE, Salem, OR) in Room 347. Vapers and harm reduction advocates are strongly encouraged to attend and testify (but please, be respectful when speaking and, at the request of the committee chair, please do not vape in the committee room). The committee will also hear testimony on HB 4073 , a common sense bill to ban e-cigarette sales to minors that CASAA supports in its present form.




    CASAA is asking that you:
    Call and email members of the House Human Services & Housing Committee and ask them to oppose this legislation.
    Attend the hearing on WEDNESDAY, February 5th and testify.

    Here is the link with more info- CASAA: Call to Action! Oregon E-Cigarette Usage Ban
     
  2. smacuser

    smacuser Vapid Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Jan 22, 2012
    Vape Augustine, FL
    Sad. I always thought Oregon would have been one of the last places for that kind of action.
     
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