Congressman Price, who worked as an orthopedic surgeon for almost 20 years before joining Congress, has represented the northern Atlanta suburbs in the House of Representatives since 2005. He is renowned for being conservative.

Amongst other things, he opposes abortion rights, and has voted against a legislation aimed at prohibiting job discrimination based on sexual orientation, and also for a constitutional amendment to define marriage as between one man and one woman.

What can vapers expect?

The congressman is also known for having voted against the Waxman-Platts bill, which is currently known as the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, and now allows the FDA to regulate tobacco as a drug.

Congressman Price can be expected to oppose any harsh regulations in relation to tobacco, put forward by the FDA.
Price’s views are known to have been generally aligned with that of the Republican party pretty much all throughout his career, hence can be expected to oppose any harsh regulations in relation to tobacco put forward by the FDA. As the cabinet member overseeing the agency, he would now have the authority to have his say, and exert his influence on any regulations he is in disagreement with.

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