Skip to comments.FDA proposes extending its oversight of tobacco
Posted on 04/23/2014 10:06:37 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The federal government wants to extend its oversight of tobacco to include cigars, hookah, nicotine gels, pipe tobacco and dissolvable tobacco products.
The Food and Drug Administration proposal being issued Thursday would ban sales to minors and require approval for new products and health warning labels.
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And slacking off even more on pot. Frickin’ bizarro world.
Oh, this? It's just a bong for pot so it's OK.
Oh, POT? Well, we must legalize and tax, but otherwise leave COMPLETELY alone.
Effects on kids? Ha. It's "adorable" when a mom smokes a joint while holding her 3 year old.
A beer? What a terrible mother, lock her away.
Regulate MJ growers? I think NOT. Who cares about molds and fungus?
Marijuana experts and MSNBC thinks that it would be a complete outrage to even question involvement by the government.
State's rights. That's wholesome.
If a state legalizes pot, good. Judges will uphold.
What is this "state's rights" you speak of?
These words? They have no meaning to me.
Hands off policy regarding hash oil, candied THC, etc. yet even “cartoon characters” cannot be used to advertise tobacco products.
Wrong is right. Down is up.
Obama is in the White Hut.
“The Food and Drug Administration proposal being issued Thursday would ban sales to minors and require approval for new products and health warning labels.”
I thought it was already illegal to sell to minors, and there were warning on packs of smokes, and chew/dip, cigars, etc.
“..require approval for new products..”
They need to expand their power in order to control, ban or tax e-cigs/liquid nicotine.
It’s all about money & power, NOT our health.
FEDGUV INC: wants to let crack dealers out of prison and
regulate fake cigarettes.
What a country!
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