Monthly Archives: July 2014

Obamacare’s Slush Fund Fuels A Broader Lobbying Controversy

[excerpt] What makes the Prevention and Public Health Fund controversial is its multibillion-dollar size, its unending nature the fund never expires, and its vague spending mandate: any program designed “to improve health and help restrain the rate of, growth” of health-care costs. That can include anything from “pickleball” a racquet […]

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Bill Godshall Update 2014-07-25

Contents:THR Research, THR Business, FDA, Flavorings, More Litigation, State Legislation,Government Mandated Lobbying, Encouraging Youth To Use E-cigs, Taxation, Vaping Bans, E-cig Sales Restrictions, Punishing Tobacco Users, More Government Lies And Propaganda, Bad Journalism, THR Activism In EU. via Bill Godshall Update 2014-07-25.   This site will give a chronological listing […]

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Conn. Congresswoman on SubCon says no to particular e-liquidflavors

  [excerpt] DeLauro sits on the subcommittee responsible for funding the FDA. Congress gave the FDA the authority to regulate e-cigarettes under the 2009 Tobacco Control Act, which DeLauro cosponsored. Data shows that in 2012 more than 1.78 million middle- and high-school students across the country had tried e-cigarettes, according […]

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SFATA — Why join this Trade Group

[excerpt] The technique we often see in early market business combinations is called the “Roll-Up.” In this situation, normally, but not always, the stronger companies in an industry will go around purchasing smaller or more niche companies to meet their increasing financial and strategic objectives. In the long term, this […]

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My comment submissions to the FDA-CTP Deeming Regs

First submission in May was for the request to extend the comment period, which was done for a measly 30 days. comment tracker number: 1jy-8b58-s900   7/22/2014 This submission covered my general comments. Innokin has a contest believe it or not to encourage vapers to make some sort of comment, […]

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