From: CSP Magazine
From: The Washington Post
Scott Gottlieb, Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, discusses the FDA’s new initiative to lower nicotine levels in cigarettes.
Governors in 30 states have issued proclamations in support of We Card Awareness Month.
ARLINGTON, VA—Training cashiers or hanging a “We Card” sign in the window isn’t the only thing retailers need to do to truly prevent tobacco or other age-restricted product sales to minors.
Helping retailers successfully prevent e-vapor sales to minors is also a principal focus for We Card. In addition to state law requirements that require retailers to deny sales of those products to minors, in 2016, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) started its regulation of e-cigarette and vaping products. In 2017, FDA has conducted nearly 100,000 store inspections using minors to check if retailers are asking for ID and denying minors’ attempts to purchase tobacco and e-vapor products.
From: The Heartland Institute
Comment by The American Vaping Association on IQOS Modified Risk Tobacco Product Application
September 1, 2017
Scott Gottlieb, M.D.
Commissioner Division of Dockets Management (HFA-305)
Food and Drug Administration
5630 Fishers Lane, Room 1061
Rockville, MD 20852
Re: Docket No. FDA-2017-D-3001-0002, Modified Risk Tobacco Product Applications: Applications for iQOS System With Marlboro Heatsticks, iQOS System With Marlboro Smooth Menthol Heatsticks, and iQOS System With Marlboro Fresh Menthol Heatsticks Submitted by Philip Morris Products S.A.; Availability
Dear Dr. Gottlieb,