Discussion in 'Vaping News' started by Vapin4Joy, Jul 28, 2017.
Saw this on another forum.
WHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOO OMG that is GREAT news!!!!!!
Great news! Thanks for posting Vapin
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is a BUST!
I'm glad it takes the burden off of the shoulders of the B&M's for several more years.
Also more time for the Vaping Industry to become that much more powerful and have weight.
That's a coincidence that you posted it......Cuz' I just read it about 5 minutes ago, on vaping.com . Some "good" news....for a change!
Listened to the speech and in addition:
The FDA intend to drastically reduce the nic levels of traditional cigarettes, to the point that they will be less addictive possibly non addictive.
Support innovation in non combustible nicotine delivery systems (e-cigs).
Address the issue of minors smoking more forcefully.
Address flavors ?!?
I would say his attitude towards vaping has become cautiously positive.
Well now......I may have to reconsider opening a vape shop.
I was seriously considering it but the FDA shit had me on the fence.
This changes everything.......possibly.
I hear ya. I might see about trying to get a part time job at one of the shops around here. I'd love to find one that I could do mixing for.
Seems to me that with those major steps planned, they decided that they need some more time to decide if vaping is part of the problem or the solution, so shouldn't completely crush the vaping industry in the meantime.
Didn't they just delay the final drop dead implementation date?
and included working up regs for batteries/mods?
I do not think the predicate date moved.
As far as I understand it is still technically against regs to sell anything vape related that was not on the US market 8-8-2016.
Kind of an open black market thing going on?
Of course I am NOT complaining. Will take what I can get
Probably the biggest things to come out of the new statements are one, accepting harm reduction as a valid option for smokers, and two, creating more concrete and explicit requirements for what will be required for a successful PMTA (or even SE) application. It's a little more hopeful than when there was all that talk from Zeller about 99% of products would be taken off the market.
While this is great news about the FDA reconsidering their stance on vaping- I still worry about the individual States and their ridiculous regulations and their taxes to drive away vaping and Vape shop owners to shut their doors.
That part was going to happen even if the FDA didn't get involved.
Each state will get their grubby little hands on absolutely anything and everything it can to fill the pockets of the greedy ones that claim they run the place.
Heck, with your selection Para, I'd shop with you for sure. Just make sure you carry Cobra coils.
I have said this for years.
The FDA Regulations are unenforceable.
It is possible I may take this path in the future.
Currently plate is pretty full.
While I agree, they do however play hell on State and local law and regulation due to misunderstanding and idiocy.
Many vendors won't even ship to my state.
Advocacy is the only potential gain.
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