June 1, 2017

How one small Wisconsin town is standing up to an Obama-era FDA rule

Editor’s Note: For more information on Hartland, WI’s fight against the FDA/Center for Tobacco Products in order to save the lives and jobs of its residents, see here and here.

From: The Washington Examiner | Opinion

by Kathy Hoekstra, contributor

A small village in Wisconsin has put the Food and Drug Administration on notice over the agency’s controversial tobacco “deeming” regulation.

At issue is whether the FDA followed federal law which requires agencies to “coordinate” with state and local governments before implementing regulations to ensure minimal economic harm. The statute is part of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1976.

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