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Tobacco Truth: Teen Smoking-to- #Vaping Is More Frequent Than Vaping-to-Smoking, Says Data in New Study https://t.co/smPKR8d3eV via @BradRodu

EU Health Commissioner accused of ignoring science on e-cigarettes
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@Surgeon_General @NEJM This "behavioral support" is exactly what you see happening at vape shops and with the "vape fam" in general. In websites, blogs, forums ... and here on Twitter. It's spontaneous, organic, and honest. None of which can be said about the opposition.

Addicted to fear, the FDA is hurtling toward a historic mistake

@gbentley1
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For a lot of Americans, a @Walgreens store may be the only nearby seller of low-risk vapor products. I don't care if they stop selling cigarettes, but this pressure campaign is aimed at every consumer nicotine product they sell -- and that's just wrong. Don't give in, Walgreens! https://t.co/FKnZ3QOMex

.@CASAAmedia Speaks in Support of Modified Risk Tobacco Products at FDA

https://t.co/miuZwECmR2

@BrendanCarrFCC @JRosenworcel Who is REALLY producing the e-cigarette ads that would raise interest with kids? Maybe FCC should ban TV puppet ads that tell kids about something they'd likely not know about otherwise? Hardly any youth vaped until Tobacco Control started issuing press releases.

FCC Commissioner @JRosenworcel's lawless plan to ban e-cigarette ads on TV and radio overlooks some obvious statutory and constitutional obstacles. https://t.co/B7ZukZkZsb

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel's lawless plan to ban e-cigarette ads on TV and radio overlooks some obvious statutory and constitutional obstacles. https://t.co/bkm1CYieQB @jacobsullum @reason

REMINDER: Submit comments, including research information, on the modified risk tobacco product application for Copenhagen Snuff Fine Cut smokeless tobacco product. https://t.co/kN2Su8NrNz

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