Alameda City Flavor Ban

/Alameda City Flavor Ban

San Pablo on November 5th, Marin County on November 6th, and now Alameda City on November 7th. Three days in a row, three flavor bans in a row. The city of Alameda is introducing its ordinance to prohibit the sale of flavored tobacco (including vapor) products at their 7PM meeting on November 7th. It’s item 6-B on the agenda so you might want to plan for a long evening. The city allocated an hour for this item and it’s near the end of the list.

In case you are interested in the background information, the city published the results of the community survey that they did a few weeks ago as well as the results of the Tobacco Control Program survey. You can also check out the Alameda Unified School District Resolution and the actual proposed ordinance.




By |2018-10-29T16:29:18+00:00October 29th, 2018|Categories: Call To Action, Flavor Bans|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

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Stefan switched from smoking to vaping in 2012 and has been a vocal and active supporter and advocate for vapor products and tobacco harm reduction and is frequently seen testifying in front of state and local legislators and policy makers. Outside of Stefan’s legislative and PR efforts, including the creation of the #notblowingsmoke website and movement, he is mostly known for working out of the world’s most famous home office. Stefan has been featured in many articles and interviews on the subject of vapor products, electronic cigarettes, and harm reduction, including professor Stanton Glantz’ Tobacco Control blog at the University of California, San Francisco.

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