The government has said that the persecution of the users of e-cigarette technology should stop. The Department of Health today outlined a Five Year Tobacco Control plan for England with the goal that the proportion of the population who smoke tobacco products should fall to 12 per cent by 2022, down from 15.5 per cent today.
The video "Letter to Mrs May" by Vapingpoint was circulated to a contact in the Australian Parliament, Here is his response
In a survey undertaken in 2014, 55 per cent of Americans said they were smarter than the average American, 4 per cent thought they were less intelligent, while 34 per cent said that they were about as smart as the average American.<br />
Those with higher levels of educational attainment were convinced they were smarter, with 75 per cent of college graduates and 83 per cent with post-graduate degrees claiming to be more intelligent. In fact, 51 per cent of the latter said they were "much more intelligent" than the average American.<br />
One of the more emotive arguments thrown up against e-cigarettes and vaping is that multinational tobacco companies, including Philip Morris International, Imperial Tobacco and British American Tobacco, are eyeing the vaping market as a source of future profit.
A heartfelt letter to the U.K. Prime Minister , Mrs Theresa May MP. Well worth watching this 7.30 minute video.
Soda tax delay leads Cook County to lay off more than 300 workers<br />
More than 300 Cook County employees have been laid off after a proposed county soda tax was indefinitely stalled by a lawsuit, county officials said Friday.
Passive smoking myths leave me fuming<br />
Campaigners are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the ban on smoking in pubs, restaurants and other public places. Two recollections of the crusade against passive smoking might explain why I will not be joining them.<br />
The obsession with telling people how to live their lives<br />
It seems to me that personal freedom is coming under more and more attacks in modern New Zealand.<br />
And it’s coming from all sides. Not just from the social engineering left but also the conservatives. You know the ones. The people who are fond of shouting that the world is going to hell in a handcart because of political correctness.<br />
In Warsaw at GFN last month, the keynote speaker was Ethan Nadelmann, founder and executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance. He has worked for a very long time in the field of harm reduction in relation to illicit drugs so his expertise is very much transferable to the tobacco and nicotine debate.