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  1. Putting the successful defense of San Francisco’s prohibition on sale of flavored tobacco products in context

    Tony Yang and I just published “ San Francisco Voters End the Sale of Flavored Tobacco Products ... defense of the San Francisco Flavor Ban Ordinance in a broader policy and public health context.  ... of flavored tobacco, and it has already inspired others to follow. San Francisco voters showed ...

  2. San Francisco Ballot Simplification Committee punts on summary of Juul Initiative

    The San Francisco Ballot Simplification Committee has the important task of writing a plain English summary of what ballot measures do so voters don’t need to be lawyers to figure out what ... not clearly state whether or not the Juul initiative would repeal San Francisco’s ban on the sale of flavored ...

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

    Earlier this week the San Francisco Board of Supervisors (the local legislative body) unanimously ... necessary.  And Congress is busy trying to further hobble the FDA.   The San Francisco law is already being ... It prohibits sale of all flavored tobacco products, including menthol, anywhere in the City and County of San ...

  4. France and San Francisco's ballpark apply same rules to protect bystanders from e-cigs as conventional cigs

    e-cigarettes in ways that do not impact other people. Meanwhile, some venues, including San Francisco ...

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

    Despite the overwhelming support to uphold San Francisco’s ban on selling flavored tobacco ... also sue, but suits against similar laws have failed elsewhere and the San Francisco City Attorney took ... or repealed. It is, therefore, that the San Francisco Health Department and health advocates take an active ...

  6. San Francisco voters crush Juul

    After putting $18 million into a campaign to try to trick San Francisco voters into letting Juul rewrite our public health laws, Juul only got 19.5% of the vote. In other words, 80.5% of San Franciscans uphed the flavor ban, effective T21 legislation, and the Board of Supervisors' decision ...

  7. San Francisco actively implementing its comprehensive ban on sale of flavored tobacco products

    The tobacco companies have been going around the state telling people that San Francisco is not enforcing its comprehensive ban on the prohibition on the sale of flavored tobacco products. The San Francisco Department of Public Health has proven them wrong.  The Department just updated its website ...

  8. If Juul’s CEO was really “sorry” for addicting all those kids, he would stop fighting San Francisco’s sensible regulation

    not be spending $1.5 million (and likely more in the future) trying to trick voters into overturning San Francisco’s flavor ban, making it impossible to enforce existing laws like Tobacco 21, and preempting any ... the necessary testing.  No wonder they are, like their big brothers at Philip Morris, trying to bury San ...

  9. San Francisco moves forward ban on ecig sales until FDA acts

    I am proud that the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to end the sale of e-cigarettes in San Francisco until such time as e-cigarette companies get premarket authorization to sell their products. The only reason the City had to do this is because the FDA is not doing its job by requiring e-cig ...

  10. What Juul would do if they really wanted to protect San Francisco’s ban on flavored e-cigs

    promoting an initiative to overturn e-cigarette regulation in San Francisco, including the flavor ban upheld ... to prevent youth access to vaping products San Francisco, CA— Lawyers for the Coalition for Reasonable Vaping ... is imperative for the people of San Francisco to have transparency at the voting booth so that they can make ...

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