The FDA needs to release its data on teen vaping. Providing a comprehensive compilation of the facts to the public will provide transparency and assure that FDA regulators’ and the administration’s policies on vaping are well-informed and impactful for the whole country. American consumers deserve to know the facts. Read this op-ed in the Hill’s […]
Today, ACI joins a 14 nonprofit organizations representing both consumers and taxpayers in sending a letter to the Acting Commissioner, Norman Sharpless. This letter calls for the FDA to release its data from the 2019 National Youth Tobacco Survey before moving any further with the proposed ban on vaping products. The public deserves to know […]
Today, ACI joined a group of think tanks, consumer and tax groups urging the President to protect adult vapers by keeping flavored products legally available. The letter is available online.
Over the last half-decade, vaping has helped reduce tobacco harm more than any other intervention. The FDA’s sweeping, knee-jerk policy change ignores the evidence and threatens to put lives at risk. Reducing the availability of flavored e-cigarettes will impose high costs on smokers while doing little to reduce vaping among teens. You can read this […]
If the U.S. wants to save lives, it should take notes from how other countries regulate e-cigarettes. Read this piece from Real Clear Health to learn why.
With the rise of vaping has also come the fear of vaping. Yet despite all the progress of decade-low smoking rates among adults, teens and children have been used as the “Trojan Horse” to feed a non-evidence based hysteria. You can read why at Townhall.
ACI talks on the Fox Business program Bulls and Bears about the negative consequences from the recent FDA e-cigarette ban. You can see part video here.
Michigan has declared all flavored vapes to be illegal, promoting the hysteria on vaping. Find out why this is a potentially dangerous precedent by reading the article in Inside Sources.
Public health officials should thoroughly investigate the roots of the recent surge in respiratory illnesses. But before pinning the blame on legitimate e-cigarette manufacturers—and before banning their products—lawmakers should examine how their own heavy-handed approach to overtaxing and overregulating has encouraged consumers to develop dangerous homemade concoctions and buy unregulated counterfeits from the black market […]
It’s time for policymakers and regulators in the U.S. to stop demonizing vaping and acknowledge that e-cigarettes can help millions of smokers live longer, healthier lives. You can read this opinion piece at Townhall.