Sacramento Flavor Ban Calls

/Sacramento Flavor Ban Calls

There has not been enough opposition to the plans of the City of Sacramento to prohibit the sales of flavored tobacco products, including flavored vapor products. We need constituents to light up the phone lines and express their concerns about having to go outside of the city to purchase the very products that keep you from smoking. If possible we suggest you start making these calls starting tomorrow, Tuesday the 18th, as it will coincide with a meeting with retailers that will be going on.

If you are not sure what district you are in, please use the following link here to look it up based on your address. The phone numbers are listed below. Let’s make sure your voice is being heard. Share your quit story and help the city understand that there are unintended consequences to policy decisions like banning access to flavored vapor products.

Mayor Darrell Steinberg
(916) 808-5300

Councilmember Angelique Ashby (District 1)
(916) 808-7001

Councilmember Allen Warren (District 2)
(916) 808-7002

Councilmember Jeff Harris (District 3)
(916) 808-7003

Vice Mayor Hansen (District 4)
(916) 808-7004

Councilmember Jay Schenirer (District 5)
(916) 808-7005

Councilmember Eric Guerra (District 6)
(916) 808-7006

Councilmember Rick Jennings, II (District 7)
(916) 808-7007

Councilmember Larry Carr (District 8)
(916) 808-7008

By |2018-09-17T23:29:07+00:00September 17th, 2018|Categories: Call To Action, Flavor Bans, News|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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