E-vapor products are not cigarettes. You don’t light them, they don’t burn tobacco, and they produce vapor, not smoke (hence “vaping” vs. “smoking”). The FDA classifies e-vapor products as tobacco products because they contain nicotine derived from tobacco.
Not all tobacco products should be treated the same. Unfortunately, many states and cities are trying to treat e-vapor products just like cigarettes. That makes no sense. Policy makers and legislators should regulate e-vapor products based on a thoughtful understanding of what they are and how they differ from cigarettes.
Across the country, adult vapers are the targets of tax hikes and product restrictions that go too far. The biggest threats will:
Vaper Rights believes kids should not buy or use any tobacco products, including e-vapor products.