More on Oregon and the prescribing of nicotine

Just a quick post to add a few more reasons why Greenlick of Oregon’s motion to make nicotine a prescription drug would cause problems for the state. 1. Even on a national level there would be a concern about tourists but on the state level how would one handle out of state workers and tourists. […]

Now its Oregon: another shot at a ban without calling it such

Starting off with some really good news, in Utah they rejected that bill to ban e-cigarettes that had no on/off switches and any flavored nicotine products. There is a good report on that over at CAASA. “I spoke with many of the committee members before the hearing,” Ward [a CASAA director] said, “and I found […]