“So when Senator Johnson learned that career employees were issuing FDA rules, this faithful defender of the rule of law asked Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar to explain who makes the rules in Secretary Azar’s department. We recently learned that HHS was not forthcoming with Senator Johnson’s most important request for information.” https://pacificlegal.org/plfs-new-report-attracts-the-attention-of-a-powerful-senator/ ... See more
Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) is one of the stalwarts in Congress leading the charge against the administrative state's unconstitutional practices. So we are delighted with his leadership in investigating a serious problem we first identified and have recently quantified. Last year, Pacific Legal Found... ... See more
“A report from Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) details how appointed officials at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) increasingly shift regulatory decision-making responsibilities to career bureaucrats, in violation of the U.S. Constitution. It's time for the Trump administration to put an end to this long accepted, but illegal, practice.” https://thehill.com/opinion/finance/452914-the-buck-stops-here-how-to-restore-accountability-to-the-federal-regulatory?amp&__twitter_impression=true ... See more
Our legislators and bureaucrats are all about 'passing the buck' by delegating decision-making to others.
Pacific Legal Foundation is suing the FDA for having career civil servants passing regulations. https://www.wsj.com/articles/career-civil-servants-illegitimately-rule-america-1519862395?redirect=amp#click=https://t.co/kfV6grVFQp
Leslie Kux has never been elected or confirmed by the Senate. She’s issued nearly 200 regulations.
“..the American Lung Association writes: "Scientists have been working hard to debunk the belief that e-cigarettes are less harmful than traditional cigarettes." ..... According to them, scientists are not doing objective research to compare the health effects of vaping and smoking. Instead, they have come up with a pre-determined conclusion that vaping is more dangerous than smoking and they are frantically trying to come up with evidence to prove that conclusion. The truth, of course, is that there is no legitimate scientific debate about whether vaping is less harmful than smoking. It is much safer and no credible scientist can deny that based on a multitude of evidence.” https://tobaccoanalysis.blogspot.com/2019/07/american-lung-association-inadvertently.html?m=1 ... See more
An article published recently by the American Lung Association claims that vaping causes popcorn lung and COPD. There is no evidence to sup...
BREAKING: Federal District Court orders FDA to require PMTA applications in 10 months. FDA has 60 days to appeal. Read more here: http://bit.ly/CrtOrdersFDA
More positivity about the benefits of vaping and the rebuttals to the propaganda that is being tossed around like confetti.
In this extended (13 minute) film, experts take a deeper look at the evidence on some of the issues that surround the use of e-cigarettes - including the saf...
Although e-cigarettes have met with criticism in the United States, public health officials in Britain have embraced their use as effective for people who want to quit smoking.
Vermont 92 percent e-cigarette tax going into effect Monday https://amp.burlingtonfreepress.com/amp/1581427001?__twitter_impression=true
Vermont's 92 percent e-cigarette tax is kicking off at the start of July. Here's a little refresher on what is actually covered under the law.
A visual breakdown of the 2018 National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS).
New CDC data shows U.S. vaping up in 2018, includes more former smokers tinyurl.com/y2fl5r9a
Before 2018 even ended ( here ), federal officials were obsessed with that year’s “teen vaping epidemic,” based on a distorted interp...