STROUD: The FDA’s Menthol And Flavored Cigar Ban Would Hurt The Economy And Benefit Criminals

November 14, 2023 by dailycaller.com

STROUD: The FDA’s Menthol And Flavored Cigar Ban Would Hurt The Economy And Benefit Criminals

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken the final steps for a national ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars. Recently, the agency submitted proposed rules to the Biden administration’s Office of Management and Budget. This is the last bureaucratic office to review the rules prior to implementing. This ban will hurt small businesses, take away consumer choice and potentially increase police interactions with lower income communities.


18.30% of the adult population are current smokers. There are approximately 48.7 million current smokers in United States 21.60% of men are current smokers but only 15.20% of women.
SOURCE: GSTHR


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