Pamela Gorman, executive director, the Smoke-Free Alternatives Trade Association (SFATA), speaks with Kari Hess, vape shop owner and co-president of the NorCal chapter, about state and federal advocacy, membership, as well as best practices on how businesses can be successful in a new post-deeming regulatory environment.
New Article on Graphic Warning Labels is Wrong on the Law: Why Strict Scrutiny is the Proper Standard for Proposed FDA Warnings
In 2011, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued regulations that required graphic warning lab [...]
In a press release issued last Friday, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids once again accused the tob [...]
An expert at Penn Medicine - the University of Pennsylvania's health care system - is telling t [...]
Vaping Opponents Have Lost Scientific Rigor; Now Concluding that E-Cigarettes Cause Heart Attacks Based on a Science Fair Project
Vaping opponents are using the results of a new "study" as evidence that vaping causes hea [...]
In a letter to the editor published in The Hill, I respond to an op-ed piece published a few days ag [...]
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