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.
These Memos Show That FDA Regulation of E-Cigarettes Is Driven by Dubious Value Judgments Rather Than Science
The agency is determined to ban the flavors that former smokers overwhelmingly prefer. For the children.
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.
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Bring on the black market.
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It's about protecting adults from themselves, which should be none of the government’s business.
Voters have shown a propensity to veto the meddlesome efforts of lawmakers in the past.
The CDC is still citing underage consumption as a reason to restrict adult access.
Don’t expect a change in course, despite the long-awaited admission.
The state is prioritizing harm-reduction approaches for drug users. That's great. So why are lawmakers taking a maximalist approach to punishing smokers?
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.
Eleventh Circuit Finds FDA Treatment of Vaping Product Marketing Applications to be Arbitrary & Capricious
The likelihood that the Supreme Court considers the FDA's treatment of vaping products is increasing.
Something is wrong at the Food & Drug Administration's Center for Tobacco Products, and federal courts are beginning to notice.
The agency’s policies would boost the black market and smoking-related deaths.
What was once a classic Silicon Valley success story has become the victim of an intensely ideological war on nicotine.
The overall prevalence of cannabis consumption among adolescents rose between 2017 and 2019 but has fallen since then.
Banning less harmful tobacco alternatives is not a way to improve public health.
The FDA Uses Its New Authority To Close Off the Last Remaining Legal Option for Vapers Who Like Flavor Variety
In a move that is likely to undermine public health, the agency warns that products containing synthetic nicotine "will be subject to FDA enforcement."
The FDA's Rejection of a Major Vaping Brand Shows It Is Arbitrarily Applying a Nebulous Legal Standard
The agency's obsession with adolescent vaping is driving decisions that undermine public health.
It’s likely to happen any day now.
The agency ignores downward trends in both kinds of nicotine use and obscures the huge difference in the hazards they pose.
A spending bill provision would redefine "tobacco products" to include products that have nothing to do with tobacco.
A New Study Finds That Smokers With No Plans To Quit Are Much More Likely To Stop Smoking If They Vape Every Day
The findings reinforce the case for nicotine vaping products as a harm-reducing alternative to cigarettes.
The justices show little interest in vaping regulation on the shadow docket, but may yet review the FDA's behavior in the regular course.
The perverse provision would have discouraged smokers from switching to a far less hazardous source of nicotine.
Policy makers are acting as if saving the lives of smokers via harm-reducing alternatives counts for nothing.
Vaping regulation gets some attention on the Shadow Docket
Whatever else the BBB bill will do, this provision is bad for public health and could increase smoking's death toll.
In rejecting Breeze Smoke's application for a stay of the FDA's rejection of their product applications, the Sixth Circuit disagrees with the Fifth Circuit.
The proposed vaping tax has caused a third Democrat to join Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema in opposing the bill.
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Cigarette sales rose last year for the first time in two decades, while a survey of high school seniors found they were vaping less but smoking more.
Yesterday's decision eviscerated the Food and Drug Administration for its arbitrary and capricious handling of vaping product applications
FDA Approves an E-Cigarette for the First Time but Still Seems Bent on Banning the Flavors Former Smokers Overwhelmingly Prefer
If teenagers like an e-liquid flavor, the agency seems to think, adults should not be allowed to buy it.
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The FDA Is Determined To Ignore the Decline in Underage Vaping Because It Weakens the Case for New Restrictions
The agency seems inclined to ban the vaping products that former smokers overwhelmingly prefer because teenagers also like them.