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Iron Vapin Dec 10
So I was at the local convenience store staring at the wall of cigarettes behind the cash register, and I noticed that theres no warning about nicotine at all on any of them. I guess Marlboro's and Newport's dont have nicotine?
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peter grinspoon Dec 4
"Massachusetts health officials have refused to say how many cases are linked to regulated cannabis vaping products as opposed to unregulated ones sold on the illicit market." Why?? (Maybe b/c it will show was bad idea?)
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Mystical Skins 🌈🎨 Dec 7
This article gets into how the FDA is overreaching by considering e-juice a tobacco product, even with zero nicotine. The corruption is deep.
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Rourke Law Office, P.C. Dec 11
Grateful my client's store is open again!
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Rourke Law Office, P.C. Dec 5
Not good: "The state’s rapid decline in sales of traditional cigarettes slowed for a period, going from a nearly 10 percent year-over-year decrease during the month before the ban to a 4 percent dip during the month after it took effect"
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Iron Vapin Dec 7
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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Iron Vapin Dec 10
My grandfather got hooked on cigarettes as a kid So did my Dad So did I. Let's protect kids. Lets protect grandparents Lets protect everyone Let's ban cigarettes.
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Rourke Law Office, P.C. Dec 9
“'Vaping is clearly less harmful than regular cigarettes,' said Dr. Steven Schroeder, who directs the Smoking Cessation Leadership Center at the University of California"
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Iron Vapin Dec 11
Tired of being on defense. Time to switch it up. Call the White House and your legislators. Demand that cigarettes be banned. Scream it in the face of all 'public health' orgs and supposed 'health' advocates. Force them to ignore health and defend tobacco.
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VapinSurveyor 4h
Thankfully my adopted state Colorado has some politicians with some common sense. And one of the state senators in the article is a vaper.
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Iron Vapin Dec 7
I love the people that act like vape shops are death merchants, but then ignore the 30+ stores in their own town selling hundreds of packs of cigarettes every day. They even shop with them. Incredible how brainwashed your average citizen/consumer is
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Carrie *NOT a BOT * Heffner Dec 4
Flavored tobacco ban expected to cost state $93 million HA! Maybe a little research before the knee jerk reaction would have helped. Say you're sorry. will harm your state... we told ya so.
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Carrie *NOT a BOT * Heffner Dec 8
Some Older Smokers Turn to Vaping. That May Not Be a Bad Idea. This is the reason vaping was created by smokers. will endanger all of this and is not good common sense.
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Vapethereum Dec 9
If anyone can buy and isn't smoking, what is really going on here ? It almost seems like there can be no age limit on vaping if there is not one on Nicotine. Plus, tell me where people can buy Tobacco Flavored Nicorette Gum...
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Canada E-Juice 12h
Replying to @Canadaejuice
But the reason we had put them there was because the rep who visited our Belleville Store said they were okay as long as it’s not on display?!?
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American Vaping Assn Dec 5
AVA's will be on a panel tomorrow morning with the Chairpersons of the NJ Assembly & Senate Health Committees. We're looking forward to seeing vapers and small business owners in the audience. If you can't make it to Newark, there will be a live webcast.
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Red_phoenyx Dec 10
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Rourke Law Office, P.C. Dec 5
“I’ve come up at least four or five times. It feels better for me — I really don’t want to go back to real cigarettes because it’s that noticeable in my health.” MA : Business in N.H. and Maine is booming
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Charlie--liquid liberty Dec 9
"The FDA said...that although any nicotine-containing product is potentially addictive, decades of research and use have shown that NRT products sold OTC do not appear to have significant potential for abuse or dependence."
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KenzieKleizo Dec 9
Thank you "Anti-Smoking Groups that Oppose Electronic Cigarettes Received an Additional $1.4 Million from Big Pharma, Beyond the $2.8 Million Revealed Earlier; Groups Repeatedly Failed to Disclose this Conflict of Interest"
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