Blog posts on San Francisco Proposition E

Here are links to all my blog posts on San Francisco’s Proposition E, RJ Reynolds Tobacco’s effort to overturn the law ending the sale of all flavored tobacco products in San Francisco that was unanimously passed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.  This list is current as of July 20, 2018.

San Francisco tobacco product flavor ban: It’s not over yet

San Francisco strongly supports end to selling flavored tobacco products

RJ Reynolds' latest argument against Prop E: It doesn't ban the sale of all tobacco products

RJ Reynolds is getting so worried about Prop E passing that they are starting to tell the truth in some of their advertising

NPR story on Juul, flavored tobacco products and San Francisco Prop E (6 May 2018)

RJ Reynolds must getting worried that they are going to lose in San Francisco

RJR isn’t bragging about its single-handed backing of effort to overturn SF tobacco flavor ban

RJ Reynolds Tobacco continues to be sole funder of Prop E, the company’s effort to repeal San Francisco’s prohibition on selling flavored tobacco products

Tobacco Companies Fear Local Laws Ending the Sale of Flavored Products Like SF Proposition E Even More than Tobacco 21

The tobacco industry is using the same old arguments against San Francisco law ending the sale of flavored tobacco products

Scientific evidence that getting rid of flavored tobacco products will improve health

Tobacco Industry: New Face, Same Dirty Tricks: San Franciscans Too Smart to Fall for Big Tobacco’s Shameful Tactics

RJR isn’t bragging about its single-handed backing of effort to overturn SF tobacco flavor ban

The tobacco industry is right to be worried about San Francisco’s ban on flavored tobacco products

Big tobacco is terrified of SF law ending sale of flavored and menthol tobacco products; the Empire Strikes Back

San Francisco passes landmark ban on sale of flavored tobacco products, including menthol

San Francisco Supervisor introduces comprehensive law to end sale of menthol and other favored tobacco products in San Francisco

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