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HeadLocke No. 67: Smoking, vaping, and the proper public policy response

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HeadLocke No. 67: Smoking, vaping, and the proper public policy response

 
 
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There’s general agreement about the health dangers of cigarettes. That doesn’t mean that the same strategies used to fight cigarette smoking make sense for other forms of tobacco use — including e-cigarettes. Policymakers ought to consider the facts as they address the latest scare over vaping-related illnesses. Jacob Grier explores the impact of anti-smoking campaigns and e-cigarette use in the book The Rediscovery of Tobacco: Smoking, Vaping, and the Creative Destruction of the Cigarette. Grier discusses his findings with Mitch Kokai.

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