Call Your Reps/Senators Today!

March 13 2019



There is currently a House Bill that could potentially change the minimum age to smoking/vaping to 21. We need your help to contact your representatives and senators and let them know we stand against this policy. Let your voice be heard!
In a very compelling article on The Hill, writer Lindsey Stroud presents reasons why the T21 policy is not just a bad move for adults looking for alternatives but could potentially harm State revenue as well. She states “The idea of Tobacco 21 (T-21) is ideal, that raising the age to purchase tobacco products will help prevent youths from ever smoking a cigarette and likely to never become addicted. The only issue is that it is unlikely to actually prevent youth from using tobacco products and only punishes adults and state budgets.” It’s important to express the same ideas and concerns to your representative and senator. Please take the time today to call and express your concerns with raising the minimum age to 21 today!

[Call To Action] What Flavor Do you Vape? (Flavor Survey)

April 18 2018

Only July 28th, 2017 the FDA released a press statement saying that they have decided to take a more comprehensive approach to nicotine and tobacco, including an initiative to lower nicotine in cigarettes to minimally addictive or non-addictive levels. Aimed at shifting the trajectory of tobacco-related disease and death, the agency’s approach recognizes that nicotine is delivered through products posing a continuum of risk. Since then, the FDA announced November 29th of last year on their blog that they were forming a new Nicotine Steering Committee. This committee is charged with re-evaluating and modernizing the FDA’s approach to development and regulation of nicotine replacement therapy products that help smokers quit.

We want to make our voices heard about our experiences with the transition away from combustible cigarettes and the use of flavored eliquids. In his initial press conference in July, the FDA Commissioner expressed concerns about flavored eliquids and how they may appeal to children. This is cause for concern for many vapers considering they may only use sweet, candy or dessert flavors to stay smoke-free. The possibility of a flavor ban by the FDA is seemingly becoming more of a reality. Our goal should be to convey our experiences with flavored eliquids and how they helped us transition away from combustible cigarettes. As well as reiterating that vaping is a harm reduction option for current smokers looking to transition.

Please take the time today to fill out this Survey to help fight the idea of a flavor ban on e-liquids! CLICK HERE!

Mobile option 2: text the words “CASAA FLAVORS” to 52886 to be directed to the survey link.