Lets talk about vaping advocacy and what this means to the vaping community as a whole. The vaping community, as we say , is under scrutiny because of the way our eJuices are promoted and labeled. With big tobacco against the idea of vaping and losing so much business they have been attacking the industry and making false allegations and reports to try to get people back to smoking.
There are lots of advocating groups that are fighting to maintain rights for the vaping individuals and for the industry as a whole. Some of the groups that help with vaping advocacy are casaa , vaping militia, and there are many more. If members who vape join these organizations they help fight the government when they try to regulate the use of our devices and the eliquids we use inside of them.
According to recent news there has been talk about the government forcing a 300+% tax raise on vaping products and eliquids that is higher than alcohol and tobacco. These advocacy groups are important because not only do they help vaping for the community and as a whole but they also provide correct information to debunk public mudslinging reports that big tobacco has been flooding in on the TV,computers, and hospitals. It’s very important to support these groups because otherwise vaping would lose and people would go back to smoking that’s definitely something we don’t want to have done. Vaping advocacy not only helps you as a vaper but millions of others and how they live their lives. Vaping is a new lifestyle that was created to protect lives and give people a great alternative to smoking without terrible side effects and death.
If you can trust anyone else but yourself you want to be able to trust these advocacy groups to maintain your right to vape and live smoke free if you have any questions about these groups these are some pages to visit and hopeful yo join.
casaa– http://casaa.org join the fight against losing vaping rights
The vaping militia– http://thevapingmilitia.org this is a membership group/ donation group that help push vaping regulation