2) Community Commerce – This concept ties into VIBE and “Cooperative Commerce” approaches that would be very helpful for the U.S. vape industry
3) Alterna (botanical substance with nicotine-like effects – unregulated by FDA) – this option has many fans already and also many critics, but what do you think? That is something only you can decide.
4) Vaping Legislation – Most Vapers will know of “Cole-Bishop” by now, but there is also Hunter Duncan’s “Repeal & Replace” bill introduced. VapingPost.com has published several articles on each legislative proposal. Which do you feel is more beneficial?
5) CBD: non-psychoactive cannabinoid shown to have countless health benefits. Perhaps in many other countries, this would not be acceptable, but so far, in the U.S. many eliquid manufacturers have already included a line of CBD-based eliquids. This is very popular right now in America. Yet, is it a solution?
BREXIT – not obligated to follow TPD at some point in the future? That’s what has been communicated in the past. Perhaps there is now a different narrative. After all, London is becoming the epicenter for vaping nowadays. It is certainly NOT California.
Obviously, this one has nothing to do with the FDA…or does it? I’m sure many vapers recall the FDA deeming rule & the TPD regulations drafted by the EU were introduced in the same month of the same year. We all know by now, it’s all about economics. Regardless, this “potential solution” gets an honorable mention as it is still a noteworthy suggestion in order to find some possible middle ground for negotiating logical, sensible regulating of vapor products. However, as it stands, all these regulations, especially with the FDA, are absolutely unacceptable.
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