The Californian representative, Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), Who is already known as a defender of the vape, did not hesitate to ask Donald Trump, the newly-invested President of the United States, to repeal, or at least delay the first e-cigarette regulations.
Do you remember Duncan Hunter, this Californian representative who had loudly proclaimed his love of the vape and had not hesitated to use his e-cigarette during a congressional hearing spitting a nice cloud of steam in passing? Well in a letter to the President on his fifth day in office, Duncan told Trump that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was overwhelming the vape industry by imposing unfair regulations for the month of May. He also explains to the new president that the FDA requires that this regulation applies retroactively to all products arrived in the store after February 2007 and that it costs too much.
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The FDA gave manufacturers 90 days to submit applications for products that were already on the market and 18 months to prove that the product has a substantial equivalent already sold, it also gives two years to submit applications for approval before the marketing of new products.
And the request of the Californian representative Duncan is clear, he wishes at least that President Trump pushes this filing deadline for new 2 products (8 August 2020 instead of 8 August 2018)
« Perpetual innovation is the key to strategic success in tobacco harm reduction policy", He wrote in his letter. " Public health officials need to understand that adults smoke for a nicotine need, but it is the products of combustion that cause the vast majority of tobacco-related illnesses. "
And why not try it all, Duncan asked Donald Trump to consider repealing or suspending this unfair regulation.
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source : Thehill.com