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  1. Trump Administration Should Not Exempt Vape Shops or Any Flavors from Its Plan to Clear the Market of All Flavored E-Cigarettes

    The Trump Administration may be backing away from its plan to clear the market of all flavored e-cigarettes as well as allowing the continued sale of flavore

  2. FDA Review of E-Cigarettes Is As Critical as Ever – Any Delay Related to COVID-19 Must Be Brief

    FDA review is critical due to skyrocketing youth use of e-cigarettes and concerns that smoking and vaping may increase risk of severe complications from COVI

  3. In Public Health Win, Federal Court Sets 10-Month Deadline for E-Cigarette Makers to Apply to FDA to Keep Products on the Market

    A federal judge set a deadline of May 12, 2020, for e-cigarette manufacturers to apply to the FDA and submit their products for public health review if they

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    Action needed on e-cigarettes

    Endorsing the important public health strategy of harm minimization, Truth Initiative supports a number of policies with regard to e-cigarettes.

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    How colleges can help their students quit vaping

    As e-cigarette use among young people continues to escalate, colleges and universities are grappling with how to address vaping on campus.

  6. Tobacco industry allies launch outrageous attack on FDA efforts to protect kids, save lives

    This attack is an orchestrated effort by the tobacco industry and its political allies to protect the industry’s profits at the expense of our nation’s child

  7. States still shortchanging prevention programs that save lives and health care dollars

    20 years after reaching a landmark legal settlement, states still spend only a small fraction of their tobacco revenue on prevention and quitting programs.

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    Action needed: Tobacco in pop culture

    Despite a 1998 law prohibiting paid tobacco product placements in movies and TV programming, tobacco imagery is still seen on screens everywhere, including m