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Relevant Editorials
THE WASHINGTON POST: Trying to Cut Cigarette Use by Banning Vaping Might Backfire
The Washington Post July 19, 2019
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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE: SF’s Vaping Ballot Initiative Will Fight Youth Vaping Without Banning Adult Use
San Francisco Chronicle July 18, 2019
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TOWNHALL: Keep Smoking San Francisco, the Golden Gate City Needs MSA Funds
Townhall July 1, 2019
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SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER: San Francisco Vaping Ban Will Disproportionately Impact the Black Community
San Francisco Examiner June 30, 2019
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NEW YORK MAGAZINE: Instead of Juul, San Francisco Should Have Banned Cigarettes
New York Magazine June 26, 2019
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CNN: San Francisco's E-Cigarette Sales Ban Is an Unprecedented Health Experiment
CNN June 26, 2019
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USA TODAY: San Francisco, Banning E-Cigarettes Is the Worst Solution to Your Least Pressing Problem
USA TODADY June 26, 2019
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LOS ANGELES TIMES: San Francisco’s E-Cigarette Ban Isn’t Just Bad Policy, It’s Bad for Public Health
LA Times June 24, 2019
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Editorial: San Francisco's e-cigarette ban isn't just bad policy, it's bad for public health
LA Times June 24, 2019
"Not only is it bad public policy to outlaw a legal product that's widely available just outside the city's boarders, but its's bad public health polity to come down harder on the less of two evils."
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Editorial: San Francisco Has a Case of the Vapors over Juul
San Francisco Chronicle June 7, 2019
"...this crusade offers no cure beyond symbolism...tobacco and marijuana will remain on the shelves. This plan is excessive, unworkable and more about safe politics than public health."
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Editorial: San Francisco vaping ban is purely political grandstanding
San Francisco Chronicle March 21, 2019
“Cigarette sales are still legal. Roll your own unfiltered joint, smoke a cigar, light a pipe or fire up a cigarette. You can do it all in San Francisco, now and in the future if the featured proposals are enacted. Vaping is only one corner of a vast, dirty habit…this crusade offers no cure beyond symbolism…Tobacco and marijuana will remain on the shelves. This plan is excessive, unworkable and more about safe politics than public health.”
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