Discussion in 'Media and General News' started by LoveVanilla, Jan 6, 2020.
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Historic tobacco restrictions represent dramatic acceleration of slow-motion FDA process
The phrases that sum up the above post:
1) needlessly high
2) seemingly absurd
3) least hazardous
4) greatest regulatory
The various government agency/politician kabuki theater is ridiculous considering there hasn't been one death or injury from liquids that have been bought from legitimate sources or properly used equipment.
And, when the government hammer comes down later this year, don't be grateful if a bone is tossed to the vaping community.
Get angry over the lies, falsehoods, and self-serving malarkey that have characterized a debate that should never have been.
This seems to Hit the Nail on the Head in One, Concise Paragraph...
David Sweanor, an adjunct law professor at the University of Ottawa and the author of several e-cig studies, said that “since the time of initial regulation of nicotine-replacement therapy products, there has been the seemingly absurd position that the least hazardous nicotine products are subject to the greatest regulatory constraints.”
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