Tobacco Harm Reduction

Publications

Thai Government Should Reexamine E-Cigarette Ban as it Pursues Goal to Reduce Smoking Rate
Corinne Day

WASHINGTON (March 17, 2021)—Over the last two decades, the landscape of tobacco products has changed with the introduction of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) and other non-combustible tobacco…

Modeling the Potential Public Health Impact of E-Cigarette Legalization in Thailand
Alec Ulasevich

Press release: Thai Government Should Reexamine E-Cigarette Ban as it Pursues Goal to Reduce Smoking Rate

Image credit: Hazemmkamal

, Philstar Global
Model country for tobacco harm reduction
Chelsea Boyd

From Philstar Global:

R Street Institute, a non-profit public policy research organization, conducted a study September last year on the differences in the tobacco control policies between the…

Regulation Digest - Vol. 10, No. 8
Courtney Joslin & Stacey McKenna & Devin Hartman

From The George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center:
R Street Institute
– Future of Telehealth, Courtney Joslin
– Banning Flavored E-Cigarettes, Stacey McKenna
– Bottom-up Clean…

States Continue to Try and Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes Despite Potential Unintended Public Health Consequences
William Gray

WASHINGTON (March 3, 2021)—Over the past few months, several states have been considering bans on flavored e-cigarettes and other flavored tobacco products. The flurry of legislative activity comes…

Banning Flavored E-Cigarettes Could Have Unintended Public Health Consequences
Stacey McKenna

Press release: States Continue to Try and Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes Despite Potential Unintended Public Health Consequences

Image credit: Aleksey Kurguzov

In OPPOSITION to HB 6450, “An Act Implementing the Governor’s Budget Recommendations Concerning Public Health.”
Marc Hyden

Chair and members of the committee,

My name is Marc Hyden, and I am the director of state government affairs for the R Street Institute, which is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, public policy research…

In OPPOSITION to SB 24, “An act relating to banning flavored tobacco products and e-liquids”
Anthony Lamorena

Chair Lyons and members of the committee,

My name is Anthony Lamorena, and I am a government affairs associate for the R Street Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research…

In opposition to House File 991
Alan Smith

Chairman Marquart, Vice Chair Lislegard, Republican Lead Davids and members of the House Taxes Committee, my name is Alan Smith, and I am a senior fellow and Midwest director at the R Street…

In OPPOSITION to HB 134, “An act concerning Business Regulation – Flavored Tobacco Products – Prohibition.”
Marc Hyden

Chairman and members of the committee,

My name is Marc Hyden, and I am the director of state government affairs for the R Street Institute, which is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, public policy…