The following message was sent to members of AVA’s mailing list on April 12, 2018. Sign up for free! Vapers and advocates: There is never a dull moment when you are involved in the fight to keep vaping products accessible and affordable to adult smokers. Whether it is state or local legislation that would […]
VapesGiving Recap — Over $300,000 Raised for Vaping Advocacy with Naked 100
On behalf of the American Vaping Association, I am proud to announce the final results of the first annual VapesGiving, a program that the AVA hosted at the end of 2017. In total, we raised $332,183 in contributions for twenty-one nonprofit organizations, including the AVA. This includes $190,000 from Naked 100 and $142,183 from the […]
August 8, 2016 — What Does it Mean for Vaping?
As of August 8, 2016, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) will consider vapor products to be “tobacco products” under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (the Tobacco Control Act). What does this mean for vaping and the development of new reduced harm products in the United States going forward? The bad news […]
AVA Op Ed in The Hill
AVA President Gregory Conley penned an editorial for The Hill’s Congress Blog, which is popular among Congressional staffers and policy professionals in the D.C. area. Independent e-cigarette industry is antidote to Big Tobacco Consumers were quick to understand and embrace the advantages of electronic cigarettes. The non-combustible, tobacco-free products are battery-powered devices that heat a […]