Tag Archives: e-cigarette

San Francisco Passes Law Ban on E-Cigarettes Sales

On Tuesday, June 25th, San Francisco’s City’s Board of Supervisors voted unanimously in favor of an ordinance to effectively ban e-cigarette sales in the city. As previously reported on this blog, the measure was initially announced in March of this year, with City Attorney Dennis Herrera noting in a statement that “FDA has failed to … Continue Reading

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb Resigns

On Tuesday, March 5, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced he would resign at the end of the month. Gottlieb, a physician and former deputy commissioner in the George W. Bush administration, was confirmed as FDA Commissioner in May 2017. The resignation was not sought by the White House, as confirmed by a senior White House … Continue Reading

FDA Announces Meeting to Discuss Eliminating Youth E-Cigarette Use

On September 12, 2018, FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb announced FDA’s Youth Tobacco Prevention Plan in response to the perception that use of e-cigarettes has become an “epidemic”.  Dr. Gottlieb’s concern is based on preliminary data from the National Youth Tobacco Survey, expected out in November, which suggests that the number of high-school-age children reporting … Continue Reading

FDA Emphasizes Continued Commitment to Develop a Strong Tobacco Product Application Review Process

In an October 22, 2018 press release, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., emphasized the agency’s ongoing commitment to significantly reduce tobacco-related disease and death, with particular emphasis on protecting kids from the dangers of nicotine. In order to do so, FDA asserted the critical need to have an efficient regulatory process that puts novel products, … Continue Reading

FDA Announces Increased Enforcement to Curb Youth E-Cigarette Use

In a September 12, 2018 press release, FDA announced its largest coordinated enforcement effort in agency history to address what it described as an “epidemic” of e-cigarette use in minors, based on not-yet-released survey data.  As part of its enforcement since June 2018, FDA has issued 1,300 warning letters and imposed civil penalties on brick-and-mortar … Continue Reading
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