It’s the central question driving the entire debate over vaping: Keep flavors or lose flavors? No other issue commands the same urgency, not even nicotine.
Consider that anti-vaping opponents believe flavors are the primary problem and allege flavors alone are responsible for attracting youth to vaping in the first place. Which then allows nicotine to its dirty business of addicting another generation of youth.
For vaping proponents, the answer to the question of flavors is far from clear. Debate over the issue has left many relationships twisted and tortured as vapers square off, choosing what terrible price vaping should pay, in order to relieve the incessant pressure destroying the industry.
Of course, flavors dominated the discussion at the White House listening session on Friday, which brought vaping industry leaders and anti-vaping opponents face-to-face with President Trump. But were any concrete plans offered to help the industry get out of this mess?
In tonight’s episode of RegWatch we are joined by Schell Hammel, national vaping advocate and candidate for U.S. Congress for the 22nd district in the state of Texas.
Is the vaping industry being forced into a devil’s bargain?
Find out, only on RegWatch by RegulatorWatch.com.
Streamed: November 26, 2019
Produced by: Brent Stafford
This episode is supported by: Demand Vape