Ha, you non smoking Nazis. Suck that!
The most recent Food and Drug Administration proposed regulations affecting e-cigarettes raise serious policy and civil liberties questions about the role of government when it attempts to address a societal problem such as smoking.
The F.D.A. should not overstep its authority and encroach on the principles and values of freedom and liberty that are the cornerstones of America. In the regulations, the F.D.A. states that we “do not currently have sufficient data about e-cigarettes and similar products to determine what effects they have on the public health.” In a 2010 federal lawsuit that raised the issue of the F.D.A.’s authority over e-cigarettes, the D.C. Court of Appeals remarked that “regarding harm to third parties and to the public interest, the district court observed that the F.D.A. had cited no evidence to show electronic cigarettes harmed anyone.”
In the absence of scientific evidence that e-cigarettes are harmful, the F.D.A. must tread…
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