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FULLY BAKED – HUNTER VAPING LEGISLATION READY TO REPLACE DEEMING REGS

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Fully Baked | Hunter Vaping Legislation Ready to Replace Deeming Regs

BY BRENT STAFFORD

Days could be numbered for the notorious FDA deeming regulations as efforts to repeal and replace gain new momentum. Next week the U.S. Congress is back in session and if all goes according to plan, Rep. Duncan Hunter will introduce comprehensive legislation which would take vapor products out of the tobacco products category and completely shutdown the industry killing PMTA process.

Is the Hunter legislation for real? Hear from the congressman yourself— only on RegWatch by RegulatorWatch.com.

RegulatorWatch.com – April 21, 2017.

HUNTER REPLACE LEGISLATION (04.21.2017)

Original Article: https://www.regulatorwatch.com/brent_stafford/fully-baked-hunter-vaping-legislation-ready-replace-deeming-regs/

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