NOV2020 Vapor CTA Page

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We hope you find this page helpful. Please let us know. We welcome feedback on CTA and/or VapeSling® products. Reach us anytime on the contact page or custinput@vapesling.com, or vapersarmy@vapesling.com

Click on links below to reach out to your state or local area Reps asking their support for our right to VAPE!

Here are some materials you can share on social media and/or as flyers around town.

VSLLC /VapersArmy Daily Updates

VSLLC conducts daily research for new CTA’s (Calls to Action) to publish and alert the community.

On occasion, one of the esteemed #2019VapeFight .org’s may publish a CTA later in the day. It may pass us till the next day. Please Help this page—> Such as ON IG, we have received several CTA Alerts from concerned Vapers (#VapeWarriors). We appreciate this and please continue to share. We will publish your handle when you tag us for the alert. Thank you VapersArmy!

The Vape Community is family…being part of a family means doing your part. Please advocate for Vapor as Harm reduction for you and future vapers.

Latest CTA listings

  • 11/16/20

Loveland, Colorado – Stop a Flavor Ban (11.17.20)

Missoula, MT – Stop a Flavor Ban!

Oregon – Vote No on Measure 108 – Vapor Tax

Colorado – Vote NO on Prop EE – Vape Tax

  • 10/7/20

CA – Napa – Stop a Flavor Ban! (Hearing: Tues. 10/6)

MI – Stop the MDHHS’s Flavor Ban – Hearing Oct. 20!

CA – Stop a Flavor Ban! (SB 793)

MO – Stop a Vapor Ban Disguised as Product Registration!

CA – Oakland – Stop a Total Flavor Ban!flavor

IL – Stop A Flavor Ban Before It Gets Started!

FL – (Updated) Stop a Flavor Ban!

CT – Stop a Flavor Ban (HB 5020)!

CO – Stop a Flavor Ban (HB 20-1319)!

AK – Stop a Vapor Tax (SB 182)!

VA – Remove a Vapor Tax From the Budget!

  • 3/2/20

VT – Stop Flavors Prohibition (S.288)!

Posted 2/27/20 NY – Suffolk County – (Hearing) Stop Government Overreach into Private Homes!

MN – Stop a Flavor Ban (HF 3032)!

GA – Stop a Vapor Tax (HB 864)!

FL – (Updated) Take Action to Stop an Online Sales Ban and Vape Tax!

WV – Stop a Tax Hike on Vapor Products (Three Bills)!

Citizen’s Petition requesting FDA Vapor PMTA delay

CASAA

PMTA filing deadline is currently September 9, 2020

Click here to make your comment on the Citizen’s Petition!

On August 25, Keller and Heckman LLP filed a Citizen’s Petition with the FDA requesting that the PMTA filing deadline of September 9, 2020 be delayed by 180 days. This petition is requesting that FDA go back to the US District Court for the District of Maryland to request a deadline extension, which the court recently granted for small cigar manufacturers that are being negatively impacted by this coronavirus pandemic.

  • All interested parties are invited to comment on the Citizen’s Petition by filling out the form provided on this page and customizing your message.
  • If you are writing on behalf of a small, open-system manufacturing company, please follow the instructions here.

If granted, the extension would move the deadline for small, open-system manufacturers to March 8, 2021. The request is predicated on a recent action taken by FDA in which small cigar manufacturers are being granted a similar extension due to complications and delays to completing PMTA’s associated with COVID-19.

It is vital that people who use vapor products make their voices heard! While this pandemic is obviously putting a strain on services for businesses, people who depend on safer nicotine alternatives in order to stay smoke-free are being even more challenged by the prospects of losing access to these products and feeling pressured to go back to smoking. Whether it’s by regulation or global disaster, removing vapor products from the market threatens to inflict irreversible harm to millions of people.

Thank you for taking action!
Alex Clark
CEO, CASAA

AUG2020 Vapor CTA Page

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All CTA posted and listed by date below intro

We hope you find this page helpful. Please let us know. We welcome feedback on CTA and/or VapeSling® products. Reach us anytime on the contact page or custinput@vapesling.com, or vapersarmy@vapesling.com

Click on links below to reach out to your state or local area Reps asking their support for HR1136 and opposition to S.3319. Unite to fight for our right to VAPE!

Here are some materials you can share on social media and/or as flyers around town.

VSLLC /VapersArmy Daily Updates

VSLLC conducts daily research for new CTA’s (Calls to Action) to publish and alert the community.

On occasion, one of the esteemed #2019VapeFight .org’s may publish a CTA later in the day. It may pass us till the next day. Please Help this page—> Such as ON IG, we have received several CTA Alerts from concerned Vapers (#VapeWarriors). We appreciate this and please continue to share. We will publish your handle when you tag us for the alert. Thank you VapersArmy!

The Vape Community is family…being part of a family means doing your part. Please advocate for Vapor as Harm reduction for you and future vapers.

Latest CTA listings

CA – Stop a Flavor Ban! (SB 793)

MO – Stop a Vapor Ban Disguised as Product Registration!

CA – Oakland – Stop a Total Flavor Ban!flavor

IL – Stop A Flavor Ban Before It Gets Started!

FL – (Updated) Stop a Flavor Ban!

CT – Stop a Flavor Ban (HB 5020)!

CO – Stop a Flavor Ban (HB 20-1319)!

AK – Stop a Vapor Tax (SB 182)!

VA – Remove a Vapor Tax From the Budget!

  • 3/2/20

VT – Stop Flavors Prohibition (S.288)!

Posted 2/27/20 NY – Suffolk County – (Hearing) Stop Government Overreach into Private Homes!

MN – Stop a Flavor Ban (HF 3032)!

GA – Stop a Vapor Tax (HB 864)!

FL – (Updated) Take Action to Stop an Online Sales Ban and Vape Tax!

WV – Stop a Tax Hike on Vapor Products (Three Bills)!

NEW VTA CTA: Reject S.1253 U.S. VapeMail Illegal

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WE NEED YOU TO SOUND OFF AND TAKE ACTION NOW! Details for how to take action here.   

FROM THE TRENCHES
July 17, 2020
VTA is the national association defending your right to vape and sell vapor products because we are all in this together. 
CALL TO ACTION: DEFEND YOUR ACCESS TO VAPOR PRODUCTS
On July 2, the Senate passed S. 1253  – dubbed Preventing the Online Sales of E-Cigarettes to Youth Act  – a bill that would effectively prohibit online sales of e-cigarettes and would outright prohibit the USPS from delivering vapor products. This bill, driven by Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), places e-cigarettes into the Preventing All Cigarette Trafficking Act of 2009 (PACT) Act. Forcing e-cigarettes into the PACT Act is a simplistic concept that is antiquated, unnecessary, and completely out of step with the times. First, the bill’s “signature on delivery” requirement will require contact during every delivery at a time when the nation’s online sales model is now “contact-less” delivery to protect against COVID-19. Second, those fortunate to still have jobs are working harder than ever to make ends meet, and first and second shift workers don’t have the time to drive to stores during business hours, nor the ability to sit at home waiting to sign for a delivery of their vapor products. Third, hard pressed Americans can’t absorb the exorbitant cost of an additional $6.00 per transaction just to have the product delivered to their door, assuming any common carriers will even continue to deliver.We expect the House to vote on the bill when it returns from recess next week. VTA’s team in D.C. is actively working on this issue, but we need YOUR help. WE NEED YOU TO SOUND OFF AND TAKE ACTION NOW! Details for how to take action here.   

Reject Ban on Vape Mail via U.S. Mail

CASAA

US – Keep Vape Mail Legal! (Reject S.1253)

(Update – 07.18.20)

S. 1253 has already passed the Senate and will now be voted on by the House, maybe as soon as Monday (7/20). If passed, this bill will outlaw vape mail through the US Postal Service and within six months it will be illegal to ship any vapor products via USPS.

What happens to online purchases?
Banning USPS from shipping vapor products will force companies to use private carriers like FedEx and UPS. In addition to these carriers being more expensive than USPS, they also do not deliver mail to all Americans. Private carriers routinely outsource deliveries to rural areas or neighborhoods they deem “dangerous” to USPS in order to cut costs. Removing USPS as an option means that some people will have no way of purchasing vapor products. For everyone else, it means they will pay higher prices and they’ll be forced to break social distancing rules because a signature will be required on delivery. Additionally, private carriers could eventually cave to political pressures and also ban the shipment of vapor products.

Can’t we just purchase in stores instead?
Not all consumers of vapor products have access to brick and mortar stores due to their health, disabilities, or even their location. And with the PMTA deadline quickly approaching in September, the selection of products deemed legal by the government will be so small that many stores won’t be able to legally stay open.

Meanwhile, cigarettes will remain the most visible and widely accessible tobacco product in the history of the world.

Why are they doing this?
The supporters of this bill argue that preventing the shipment of vapor products will prevent teens from getting their hands on it, and reduce youth usage. What they don’t tell you is that less than 6% of youth report buying vapor products online, according to the CDC’s 2018 National Youth Tobacco Survey. Most young people report getting vapor products and other age-restricted products from friends, family, and informal sources–sources that are about to become much more popular after September.

Not only is S. 1253 a solution in search of a problem;

it’s part of the problem!

(Update 07.06.20)

S. 1253, which would prohibit shipping vapor products through the USPS (just like the ban on mailing cigarettes) was passed by the Senate on July 2, and the text of the amended bill is finally available on congress .gov.

While a significant amendment was adopted that requires an extensive list of research to be completed, the effect of the bill remains the same: No vapor products will be allowed to be shipped via the USPS. This means increased costs to consumers and new barriers to access for law-abiding adults.

At the same time, this bill will do very little to discourage young people from seeking out informal sources of age-restricted and illicit products. Friends, family, and strangers will continue supplying underage experimenters while people who don’t have access to a reliable brick and mortar vape shop will be pressured to return to smoking. (Cigarettes are still the most widely sold and popular tobacco product on the market!)

Take action now and urge your representative to reject S. 1253!


(Update 07.02.10)

S. 1253, which would prohibit mailing vapor products through the USPS and require signature on delivery (with added cost) may be heading to a vote by the full senate within the hour.

If you think that protecting access to low-risk vapor products for people who can’t get to a vape shop is valuable, then now is the time to surge emails to your senators.

Take action now and urge your senators to reject S. 1253!

(Update – 06.29.20)

Last week, CASAA members sent more than 3000 messages to congress urging officials to reject a ban on vape mail shipped via the USPS. Despite your response, S. 1253 is getting closer to moving forward by the day.

We need a sustained response to this bill in order to demonstrate to lawmakers that many people rely on getting vapor products by mail and that consumers shouldn’t be paying unnecessary extra costs in order to access safer alternatives to smoking.
Please click here to take action now
by contacting your senators
and urging them to reject this bill.

In the midst of a pandemic involving a severe respiratory illness, the last thing that officials should be implementing is a policy that threatens to send millions of people back to smoking!

Thank you for taking action!
– CASAA Legislative Team

June2020 ECigIntelligence Survey

Start the survey!
TO ALL AMERICANS WHO TRY TO QUIT SMOKING OR HAVE ALREADY DONE SO!
ECigIntelligence is running its first US Survey on the usage of alternative nicotine products!

The aim of this study is to better understand the range of tobacco products used by nicotine users, including vape, traditional tobacco (cigarettes, cigars etc.), oral tobacco (chew/dip/snuff/snus), nicotine pouches (tobacco-free) and other nicotine products.We believe that highlighting and publishing reputable data on this sector brings a better understanding amongst stakeholders and will likely result in more informed regulation.

Start the survey!

Rest assured, all your responses will be kept anonymous and should take 5-10 minutes to complete.

JUN2020 Vapor CTA Page

All CTA posted and listed by date below intro

We hope you find this page helpful. Please let us know. We welcome feedback on CTA and/or VapeSling® products. Reach us anytime on the contact page or custinput@vapesling.com, or vapersarmy@vapesling.com

Click on links below to reach out to your state or local area Reps asking their support for HR1136 and opposition to S.3319. Unite to fight for our right to VAPE!

Here are some materials you can share on social media and/or as flyers around town.

VSLLC /VapersArmy Daily Updates

VSLLC conducts daily research for new CTA’s (Calls to Action) to publish and alert the community.

On occasion, one of the esteemed #2019VapeFight .org’s may publish a CTA later in the day. It may pass us till the next day. Please Help this page—> Such as ON IG, we have received several CTA Alerts from concerned Vapers (#VapeWarriors). We appreciate this and please continue to share. We will publish your handle when you tag us for the alert. Thank you VapersArmy!

The Vape Community is family…being part of a family means doing your part. Please advocate for Vapor as Harm reduction for you and future vapers.

Latest CTA listings

CA – Stop a Flavor Ban! (SB 793)

MO – Stop a Vapor Ban Disguised as Product Registration!

CA – Oakland – Stop a Total Flavor Ban!flavor

IL – Stop A Flavor Ban Before It Gets Started!

FL – (Updated) Stop a Flavor Ban!

CT – Stop a Flavor Ban (HB 5020)!

CO – Stop a Flavor Ban (HB 20-1319)!

AK – Stop a Vapor Tax (SB 182)!

VA – Remove a Vapor Tax From the Budget!

  • 3/2/20

VT – Stop Flavors Prohibition (S.288)!

Posted 2/27/20 NY – Suffolk County – (Hearing) Stop Government Overreach into Private Homes!

MN – Stop a Flavor Ban (HF 3032)!

GA – Stop a Vapor Tax (HB 864)!

FL – (Updated) Take Action to Stop an Online Sales Ban and Vape Tax!

WV – Stop a Tax Hike on Vapor Products (Three Bills)!

MD – Stop Several Flavor Ban Bills!

  • Posted 2/18/20

MN – Stop a Flavor Ban (HF 3032)!

GA – Stop a Vapor Tax (HB 864)!

WV – Stop a Tax Hike on Vapor Products (Three Bills)!

MD – Stop Several Flavor Ban Bills!

SD – Stop a Flavor Ban (HB 1064)!

VA – Stop a Flavor Ban (Concluded) (SB 966)!

HI – Stop a Flavor Ban (SB 2903)!

RI – Get a Flavor Ban, Vape Tax, and Nicotine Cap Out of the Budget (HB 7171, Art. 21)

VA – Stop a Flavor Ban (SB 966)!

NE – Stop an Indoor Vaping Ban! (LB 840)

VA – Oppose Arbitrary Nicotine Limits and Online Sales Bans!

SD – Stop a Flavor Ban (HB 1064)!

WA – Stop a Vapor Tax and Unreasonable Product Standards! (SB 6254)

FL – (Updated) Take Action to Stop an Online Sales Ban and Vape Tax!

ME – Stop and All-Out Ban on Vapor Products! (SP 725)

VA -Stand Up to Vapor taxes!

IN – Stop an Unscientific Nicotine Cap on Vaping!

  • Posted 1/28/20

RI – Speak Up Against the Flavor Ban (Rally – 01.29.20)

KS – Stop a Public Vaping Ban!

VT – Stop Flavors Prohibition (S.288)!

DC – Stop the Flavor Ban – Send in your comments!

NJ – Stop the Flavor Ban! (A3178 and S3265) UPDATED!

Trump plan to curb teen vaping exempts some flavors

JUUL

By MATTHEW PERRONE from Associated Press January 2, 2020 GMT

In this April 11, 2018, file photo, a high school student uses a vaping device near a school campus in Cambridge, Mass. The Trump administration announced Thursday that it will prohibit fruit, candy, mint and dessert flavors from small, cartridge-based e-cigarettes that are popular with high school students. But menthol and tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes will be allowed to remain on the market. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. health officials will ban most flavored e-cigarettes popular with underage teenagers, but with major exceptions that benefit vaping manufacturers, retailers and adults who use the nicotine-emitting devices.

The Trump administration announced Thursday that it will prohibit fruit, candy, mint and dessert flavors from small, cartridge-based e-cigarettes that are popular with high school students. But menthol and tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes will be allowed to remain on the market.

The flavor ban will also entirely exempt large, tank-based vaping devices, which are primarily sold in vape shops that cater to adult smokers.

Together, the two exemptions represent a significant retreat from President Donald Trump’s original plan announced four months ago, which would have banned all vaping flavors — including menthol — from all types of e-cigarettes. The new policy will preserve a significant portion of the multibillion-dollar vaping market. And the changes are likely to please both the largest e-cigarette manufacturer, Juul Labs, and thousands of vape shop owners who sell the tank-based systems, which allow users to mix customized flavors.

E-cigarettes are battery-powered devices that typically heat a flavored nicotine solution into an inhalable aerosol. They have been pitched to adults as a less-harmful alternative to traditional cigarettes, but there is limited data on their ability to help smokers quit.

The Food and Drug Administration has struggled for years to find the appropriate approach to regulating vaping. Under current law, all e-cigarettes are supposed to undergo an FDA review beginning in May. Only those that can demonstrate a benefit for U.S. public health will be permitted to stay on the market.

“We have to protect our families,” Trump told reporters on Tuesday, ahead of the announcement. “At the same time, it’s a big industry. We want to protect the industry.”

The flavor ban applies to e-cigarettes that use pre-filled nicotine cartridges mainly sold at gas stations and convenience stores. Juul is the biggest player in that market, but it previously pulled all of its flavors except menthol and tobacco after coming under intense political scrutiny. Many smaller manufacturers continue to sell sweet, fruity flavors like “grape slushie,” “strawberry cotton candy” and “sea salt blueberry.”

The flavor restrictions won’t affect the larger specialty devices sold at vape shops, which typically don’t admit customers under 21. These tank-based systems allow users to fill the device with the flavor of their choice. Sales of these devices represent an estimated 40% of the U.S. vaping business, with sales across some 15,000 to 19,000 shops.

Still, the new policy represents the federal government’s biggest step yet to combat a surge in teen vaping that officials fear is hooking a generation of young people on nicotine. In the latest government survey, more than 1 in 4 high school students reported using e-cigarettes in the previous month, despite federal law banning sales to those under 18. Late last month Trump signed a law raising the minimum age to purchase all tobacco and vaping products from 18 to 21 nationwide.

“We will not stand idly by as this crisis among America’s youth grows and evolves, and we will continue monitoring the situation and take further actions as necessary,” Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said in a statement. Companies that don’t stop making and distributing the restricted products within 30 days risk penalties by the FDA, including fines and seizures.

Incoming FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn said the government’s approach attempts to balance the problem of underage vaping with “the potential role that e-cigarettes may play in helping adult smokers transition completely away” from regular cigarettes.

But the decision to permit menthol and exempt tank-based vapes was immediately condemned by anti-tobacco advocates who have lobbied the Trump administration to follow through on its initial pledge to ban all flavors except tobacco.

“Only the elimination of all flavored e-cigarettes can end the worsening youth e-cigarette epidemic and stop e-cigarette companies from luring and addicting kids with flavored products,” said Matthew Myers, of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, in a statement.

Myers’ group and others have long opposed all flavors in tobacco products, including menthol in traditional cigarettes. They argue that teenagers who vape will simply shift to using menthol if it remains on the market.

When Trump officials first sketched out their plans at a White House event in September they specifically said menthol would be banned. But that effort stalled after vaping proponents and lobbyists pushed back and White House advisers told Trump that a total flavor ban could cost him votes.

Industry groups including the Vapor Technology Association launched an aggressive social media campaign — #IVapeIVote — contending that the plan would force the closure of vaping shops, eliminating jobs and sending users of electronic cigarettes back to traditional smokes.

Trump’s initial announcement came amid an outbreak of unexplained lung illnesses tied to vaping. But since then health officials have tied the vast majority of the cases to a contaminating filler added to illicit THC vaping liquids. THC is the chemical in marijuana that makes users feel high. Makers of legal nicotine-based vaping products have tried to distance themselves from the problem.

Trump suggested ahead of the announcement that the flavor restrictions might be temporary.

“Hopefully, if everything’s safe, they’re going to be going very quickly back onto the market,” he told reporters at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

JAN2020 Vapor CTA Page

All CTA posted by date below

We hope you find this page helpful. Please let us know. We welcome feedback on CTA and/or VapeSling® products. Reach us anytime on the contact page or custinput@vapesling.com, or vapersarmy@vapesling.com

Click on links below to reach out to your state or local area Reps asking their support for HR1136 and opposition to S.3319. Unite to fight for our right to VAPE!

Here are some materials you can share on social media and/or as flyers around town.

VSLLC /VapersArmy Daily Updates

VSLLC conducts daily research for new CTA’s (Calls to Action) to publish and alert the community.

On occasion, one of the esteemed #2019VapeFight .org’s may publish a CTA later in the day. It may pass us till the next day. Please Help this page—> Such as ON IG, we have received several CTA Alerts from concerned Vapers (#VapeWarriors). We appreciate this and please continue to share. We will publish your handle when you tag us for the alert. Thank you VapersArmy!

The Vape Community is family…being part of a family means doing your part. Please advocate for Vapor as Harm reduction for you and future vapers.

Latest CTA listings

FL – (Updated) Take Action to Stop an Online Sales Ban and Vape Tax!

ME – Stop and All-Out Ban on Vapor Products! (SP 725)

VA -Stand Up to Vapor taxes!

IN – Stop an Unscientific Nicotine Cap on Vaping!

  • Posted 1/28/20

RI – Speak Up Against the Flavor Ban (Rally – 01.29.20)

KS – Stop a Public Vaping Ban!

VT – Stop Flavors Prohibition (S.288)!

DC – Stop the Flavor Ban – Send in your comments!

NJ – Stop the Flavor Ban! (A3178 and S3265) UPDATED!

NJ – Spotlight Event – Vaping in NJ-Managing the Risk to Public Health (12.06.19)

CA – Los Angeles – Stop a Flavor Ban!

New York, NY – Stop a total ban on flavors

MA – Stop the Legislature Making Flavor Ban Permanent and 75% Tax!

CA – El Cajon – Stop a Flavor Ban!

WA – Emergency Alert! – Flavor Ban and Board of Health Meeting! (10-09-19)

OR – Call Gov. Brown – 503-378-4582 – Stop a Flavor Ban!

  • Posted 9/25/19

CT – Stop a Ban and Extreme Regulation on Vaping!

RI – Emergency Call to Action! Contact the Governor – Oppose the Vape Ban!

MA -Emergency Alert! – End the War on Vaping!

NY – Hempstead Twp. PUBLIC HEARING – Flavor Ban – 09.24.19, 7:00 PM

CA – Burbank Flavor Ban PUBLIC HEARING (09.24.19)

CA – Los Angeles County – Flavor Ban PUBLIC HEARING

IL – Public Meeting 09.23.19 – Mental Health Committee to Discuss a Response to “The Vaping Crisis”

Albany County – NY – Stop a Flavor Ban!

OH – Protect Access to Safer Alternatives to Smoking!

CT – Fight Back Against Vapor Taxes!

NV 30%Tax has passed.
Please take action NOW and urge Governor Sisolak to VETO SB 263.

SB 263, which would impose a 30% wholesale tax on vapor products, has passed the legislature and is being sent to Governor Sisolak for his signature.

Please take action NOW and urge Governor Sisolak to VETO SB 263.
Take Action – Share this Phone Number!
Call Governor Sisolak: (775) 684-5670

Make a Call – Talking Points

  1. Please VETO SB 263, which would impose an unjustifiable 30% wholesale tax on vapor products that are helping people like me quit smoking.
  2. Briefly, share your story about switching to vapor products.
  3. Please note any health changes that you have experienced as a result of switching to vaping or substantially reducing your smoking.

DEC2019 Vapor CTA Page

VapersArmy

All CTA posted by date below

We hope you find this page helpful. Please let us know. We welcome feedback on CTA and/or VapeSling® products. Reach us anytime on the contact page or custinput@vapesling.com, or vapersarmy@vapesling.com

Click on links below to reach out to your state or local area Reps asking their support for HR1136 and opposition to S.3319. Unite to fight for our right to VAPE!

Here are some materials you can share on social media and/or as flyers around town.

VSLLC /VapersArmy Daily Updates

VSLLC conducts daily research for new CTA’s (Calls to Action) to publish and alert the community.

On occasion, one of the esteemed #2019VapeFight .org’s may publish a CTA later in the day. It may pass us till the next day. Please Help this page—> Such as ON IG, we have received several CTA Alerts from concerned Vapers (#VapeWarriors). We appreciate this and please continue to share. We will publish your handle when you tag us for the alert. Thank you VapersArmy!

The Vape Community is family…being part of a family means doing your part. Please advocate for Vapor as Harm reduction for you and future vapers.

Latest CTA listings

NJ – Spotlight Event – Vaping in NJ-Managing the Risk to Public Health (12.06.19)

CA – Los Angeles – Stop a Flavor Ban!

New York, NY – Stop a total ban on flavors

MA – Stop the Legislature Making Flavor Ban Permanent and 75% Tax!

CA – El Cajon – Stop a Flavor Ban!

WA – Emergency Alert! – Flavor Ban and Board of Health Meeting! (10-09-19)

OR – Call Gov. Brown – 503-378-4582 – Stop a Flavor Ban!

  • Posted 9/25/19

CT – Stop a Ban and Extreme Regulation on Vaping!

RI – Emergency Call to Action! Contact the Governor – Oppose the Vape Ban!

MA -Emergency Alert! – End the War on Vaping!

NY – Hempstead Twp. PUBLIC HEARING – Flavor Ban – 09.24.19, 7:00 PM

CA – Burbank Flavor Ban PUBLIC HEARING (09.24.19)

CA – Los Angeles County – Flavor Ban PUBLIC HEARING

IL – Public Meeting 09.23.19 – Mental Health Committee to Discuss a Response to “The Vaping Crisis”

Albany County – NY – Stop a Flavor Ban!

OH – Protect Access to Safer Alternatives to Smoking!

CT – Fight Back Against Vapor Taxes!

NV 30%Tax has passed.
Please take action NOW and urge Governor Sisolak to VETO SB 263.

SB 263, which would impose a 30% wholesale tax on vapor products, has passed the legislature and is being sent to Governor Sisolak for his signature.

Please take action NOW and urge Governor Sisolak to VETO SB 263.
Take Action – Share this Phone Number!
Call Governor Sisolak: (775) 684-5670

Make a Call – Talking Points

  1. Please VETO SB 263, which would impose an unjustifiable 30% wholesale tax on vapor products that are helping people like me quit smoking.
  2. Briefly, share your story about switching to vapor products.
  3. Please note any health changes that you have experienced as a result of switching to vaping or substantially reducing your smoking.