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Melissa R Dec 5
I think that should be reclassified as a hate group. Their goal is to ensure the death of millions of adult vapers that use a healthier alternative, and millions of smokers that could be saved by making the switch.
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SMG ❁ Dec 3
The fact that CDC took so long to verify what we already knew, that black market THC cartridges are the cause of the illnesses & deaths, should terrify every American. These are the people responsible for 'quick assessment' during a health crisis. They failed.
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GrimmGreen Dec 2
Can't wait to see what else they ban in the name of public health. Cigarettes? Whiskey? Beer? opioids? of course not
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Cindy Schmidt Dec 5
Not crushed. Not down. This freedom warrior, and millions of others in US and globally, will not stop until every adult has right to vape flavored nicotine e-liquids for pleasure or harm reduction. We all must step away sometimes. Nurture yourself. Then come back.
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Lester Ellis 10h
“Big tobacco” getting into the “tobacco harm reduction” business, just sounds wrong. So we’re supposed to trust the ones who caused the harm ? Would you trust a juice made by the same people who made Marlboro? Not me. please save small business
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Lester Ellis Dec 1
Mr President vaping needs your help. The MSA is the worst deal in history. Instead of rewarding states for having more smokers, wouldn’t it be more productive if states got rewarded for having LESS smokers ? Renegotiate and save lives
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SMG ❁ Dec 3
A WILL kill jobs A WILL kill Businesses. A WILL kill the economy. A WILL kill Americans.
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George_Flavored nic black market specialist Nov 30
CALL TO ACTION: All Texan vape advocates need to be at the Capitol building @ 9:00am this coming Tuesday December 3rd. Health and human services is taking testimony now and only now! Be there!!!
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The Vaping Chelle Dec 3
The best Christmas gift for me, would to be able to reopen our shops and go back to work saving lives here in Mass!!!
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GrimmGreen Dec 2
Lots of closed businesses in Mass. It's a good look for your dying state . If you want, we could also go to their houses while they are sleeping and kick em in the stomach a few times to really drive the point home.
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MeanOldVaperOG 8h
Hey So I know several fellas making flavored eliquid in their kitchen in the states where the government has banned. Here comes the black market you mentioned. This won’t turn out well.
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Red_phoenyx Dec 6
So says it's not his job to tell the public of NJ the truth! threw his hands up & told his people he didn't care if they die because he isn't gonna correct the mistakes made. Are u angry yet? Vaper or not you fucking should be!
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Dimitris 🇬🇷 🇺🇸 Dec 5
. why are you so obsessed with banning flavors and using false data? Who's corporate interests are you protecting? Or is it just your hatred for . ? The data disputes your public lies. Shame on you!
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Francesca Gettler **NOTTABOT** Dec 4
HEY Colorado statistics of tobacco sales to minors since 2011: 1,034 Convenience Stores, 540 liquor stores, 483 markets (Walgreens, Walmart, etc.), 77 Bars, 62 Tobacco stores, 12 Vape Shops. WE ARE NOT THE PROBLEM. Stop punishing small business.
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Jennifer Winstead Dec 5
Do they think they can wear us down? Sure some days are harder than others. Sure feeling defeated is running wild amongst us Sure we need a break. Ladies & Gents, this isn’t a sprint this is a marathon! Take a short breather but tighten up and keep fighting!
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Iron Vapin 10h
Nearly every cigarette smoker starts as a child, yet they never banned cigarettes, and have no interest in banning cigarettes. Seems to me that the only thing public health advocates care about is keeping kids smoking cigarettes
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Billy A 20h
.⁦⁩, now that your questions regarding the vaping illnesses have been answered, maybe we can enact some sensible legislation without stripping the rights from the adults in the state that rely on flavored products.
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Lester Ellis Nov 29
. it’s time to end the vaping Issue Don’t ban anything. Move it all to vape shops and online. Pass strong enforceable age verification and drop the hammer on violators and illegal users. We just want to vape in peace and enjoy our better health
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Red_phoenyx Nov 29
Hey , you and your lackeys bankrupted, and destroyed thousands of people weeks before Christmas?! Most of those people are parents! What are you doing to protect & help there children! Are you buying them presents? Making sure they aren't homeless?
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