The city of San Francisco has become the first in the United States to decide to ban all electronic cigarette sales with unanimous vote by city supervisors, SFGate said on Tuesday, in the authorities' words, as an attempt to counteract juvenile fumes.
The ban concerned concerns the sale and distribution of electronic cigarettes, and the supervisory authorities also voted to "approve a ban on the production of electronic cigarettes on urban property," according to SFGate. This regulation will prevent companies from selling electronic cigarettes or customers to receive online supplies until the Food and Drug Administration has reviewed the products (something that has not yet been done despite the agency's growing pressure to act). Next week there will be a final vote on the adoption of the Ordinance.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published earlier this year show that little more than one in five pupils in 2018 used a product for electronic cigarettes, leading FDA Chief Executive Scott Gottlieb, that juveniles are one of the biggest challenges for public health in the country. – can play a role in reducing harm. But he added that the FDA "will not allow this opportunity to come at the expense of the addiction of a whole new generation of children to nicotine."
"This is thinking about the next generation of users and thinking about preserving overall health and sending a message to the rest of the country and the country: Follow our leadership," said Supervisor Asha Safai, SFGate writes. , because Juul, the industry leader, faces relentless accusations Unethical behavior involving marketing for underage demographic groups and abandoning the anti-smoking mission by accepting nearly 13 billion dollars of tobacco investments its giant Altria, based in San Francisco, is based on ownership of the Pierre 70 urban area.
Any measure will not enter into force for at least seven months, according to the San Francisco chronicle, and Juul supports the collection of a November effort to revoke the Ordinance, which includes a $ 500,000 cash contribution from the Coalition for Prudent Money Regulation, the group collecting those signatures on NBC News. Chronicle notes that the city's property ban will not be retroactive, which means that Yuul may retain ownership of port 70 but Yuoul also announced plans Tuesday to move a large portion of his workforce into a 28-story office tower in the center. San Francisco's ban on fake products for all adults will not deal effectively with the use of minors and leave shelf cigarettes as the only choice for older smokers, although they kill 40,000 Californians each year, Juul spokeswoman Ted Kwong said.
The American Swimming Association, as well as small business groups such as the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in San Francisco, also opposed the Ordinance, according to the Chronicle. take it before you remove it from the hands of the adults, "said Gregory Conley, president of the association.