As you may or may not know, Lost Art Liquids has a lawsuit filed currently vs the FDA (Read about it here).
“We believe that electronic cigarettes and e liquid should not be regulated as a tobacco product. The FDA’s deeming regulations will impact not only our company but consumers like yourself, who we believe should have access to quality e liquid at a fair price. The FDA deeming regulations could potentially destroy an entire industry and put the power into the hands of Big Tobacco and Big Pharma.”
Federal law requires that all levels of government “Coordinate” with the lowest level of government (the one closest to the people) prior to enacting any policies, laws, or regulations in order to ensure that there is no negative economic impact on the local community.
When the FDA passed the regs, they did not coordinate to ensure that small businesses would not be negatively impacted.
UPDATE: This month marks 1 year since #LostArtLiquids had filed our lawsuit against the FDA.
The FDA, in response to Lost Art Liquid’s lawsuit, has asked for three months continuances so that they may assess the new administration’s opinion on the deeming regulation. We argue that the deeming regulations are unconstitutional and violate multiple federal laws.
Lost Art is scheduling meetings with the FDA, Congressmen and the Office of Management and Budget at the White House in our continued effort to lobby against the FDA’s deeming rules, which could essentially eliminate the entire vape industry.
Please contact us at [email protected] If you want to join us in our fight against these inappropriate and burdensome rules.
A strong, organized grassroots effort from Vapers, their families and the businesses that help our community are needed more now than ever!
Together we can. #TechnologyNotTobacco
This is an excerpt/repost from Lost Art Liquid, for the full story and updates, please check Lost Art E-Liquid