Another potential legal setback for the FDA's attempt to regulate electronic cigarettes as tobacco products.
The obvious problems with the article reflect a broader pattern that suggests a peer review bias against e-cigarettes.
The country's strategy ignores the failures of prohibition.
The failure to consider the timing of diagnoses makes it impossible to draw causal inferences.
You can smoke all the pot you want, but flavored tobacco or nicotine is soon to be illegal.
Bring on the black market.
The "epidemic" of adolescent vaping seems to be fading fast, and vaping is replacing smoking among adults, a harm-reducing trend that regulators seem determined to discourage.
What was once a classic Silicon Valley success story has become the victim of an intensely ideological war on nicotine.
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Whatever else the BBB bill will do, this provision is bad for public health and could increase smoking's death toll.
The proposed vaping tax has caused a third Democrat to join Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema in opposing the bill.
The plan would make a liar out of Biden on a level reminiscent of George H.W. Bush's betrayal of his "read my lips" tax pledge.