Tag Archive: advocate4vaping

Aug 14

World Health Organization Document Released regarding Vaping

In the fall of 2016 we stated many times over that many attacks against the vaping industry would come in 2017 legislative sessions across the country. We heard many tell us that some of our claims could never happen. Indoor smoking bans which would include vapor products, flavor bans, age restrictions of use, and higher …

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Aug 07

State Elected Officials Move to End Vaping

Why? Where? When?¬† Those are the questions you are asking right now. Look around, and you will see something happening and it is VERY coordinated. Do you think it is just a coincidence that elected officials in different states are attacking the vaping industry in the exact same way? Absolutely not.   Over the past …

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Mar 30

Rep. Robert Aderholt; A man who understands

¬†Robert Aderholt-Can he be the right choice for vapers? In the midst of troubling times for the vaping industry following the deeming regulations set forth by the FDA in August 2016; it is nice to see a refreshing voice coming out of Washington, D.C.. ¬†Congressman Robert Aderholt is that voice that may help shed public …

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Mar 03

Thank You!

This is our Thank You for being a part of the vaping community. As a consumer, I wish I personally thank each and every person in this community for choosing vaping over smoking. However this seems like a more appropriate thing to do today.  

Feb 17

Federal Government orders the execution of Millions of Americans?

Those may have well been the headlines hitting every newspaper across America in May 2016 after the FDA pushed out their deeming regulations. The execution of an industry that has saved the lives of millions of smokers is being pushed to an extinction one step at a time. By doing such; millions of lives will …

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Dec 25

What’s Next for the Vaping Industry in 2017?

  After going through 2016, the vaping industry realized it was obvious; they had a target and were being gunned down like an innocent victim in a back alley in a big city full of bustling streets filled with people. While all the commotion was in the center stage for a Presidential election, nobody cared …

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