Tuesday, September 20, 2011

The War on E-Cigarettes - Jeff Stier & Gregory Conley - National Review Online

Thanks to CAGE Canada for posting this on Facebook-

Jeff Stier tells is like it IS.

In fact, groups like Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids have remained steadfast in their adamant opposition to many commonsense strategies for making tobacco less deadly.


How about that, huh? What gives these people the right to restrict our access to reduced risk products that may very well save our lives? The fact is that they have no right to violate the human rights (yes, this is a human rights issue) of over 50 million American smokers.

This is a great article in its entirety. Please do read.


The War on E-Cigarettes - Jeff Stier & Gregory Conley - National Review Online

5 comments:

  1. Thank-you! This is a very well- written article. Greg Conley has done alot to fight against e- cig bans. He is going to speak at FDA soon battling Obams's ban.

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  2. Your welcome! I'm a big fan of Jeff Stier:-)

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  3. Please put up a link to Casaa. Thanks, Lippre

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  4. Can you link this blog as well? Thanks:-)

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  5. Here is the Casaa link. http://casaa.org/


    CASAA is a non-profit organization that works to ensure the availability of reduced harm alternatives to smoking and to provide smokers and non-smokers alike with truthful information about such alternatives.
    Our mission is to ensure the availability of effective, affordable and reduced harm alternatives to smoking by increasing public awareness and education; to encourage the testing and development of products to achieve acceptable safety standards and reasonable regulation; and to promote the benefits of reduced harm alternatives.

    Within this site you will find published news stories, scientific studies, links and campaign materials to help in the fight to keep electronic cigarettes and other harm reduction methods publicly available.

    CASAA encourages the use of a link to the CASAA website as a means of providing accurate, unbiased information to consumers and the industry. Unless otherwise stated on casaa.org, CASAA does not have any affiliation with an organization, business, or individual that displays the CASAA logo or provides a link to the CASAA site.

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