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Vaping Post: NYSVA Counters 2 Flavor Ban Bills by Educating NY State Legislature

Tony Ottomanelli II, Vaping Post  | Published on 7/8/2018

When reflecting on the past 3 years, it has been a top priority to closely follow and willingly cover the relentless drama and controversy the NYSVA is forced to lead a defense against. In fact, for any writers who participate in researching this industry, it is absolutely a duty to highlight these particular events including the NYSVA.

Generally speaking, to simply summarize their contribution with a brief and witty anecdote to the vape culture may not be the most accurate to fulfill the entire scope of the discipline and passion NYSVA embodies.

Therefore, detailed and accurate articles such as this one seem somewhat required. It’s not enough to simply reduce their unyielding advocacy work by saying “their record speaks for itself.” Though, in a way, it surely does.

The Current Controversy is Indeed Frustrating

The controversy that NYSVA is currently dealing with could not be expressed any more clearly than the way CASAA describes their Call-to-Action.

Consumer Advocates for Smoke Free Alternatives Association (CASAA) explains, “Flavor ban bills in the Senate and the Assembly are moving toward floor votes and we need your continued participation to stop them.”

NYSVA President Michael Frennier had recently been seen on social media voicing his disappointment and dissatisfaction, understandably, with what is going on in the industry at the local level and the entire U.S. vape industry. 

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