These 19 Representatives Voted to Take Away Your Vaping Rights

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The House Appropriations Committee recently passed an amendment designed to save the 99 percent of vaping products that would be banned under the FDA’s proposed regulations. The Cole-Bishop Amendment, named after the representatives (Tom Cole and Sanford Bishop) who sponsored it, would change the predicate date from February 2007 and protect the products that have come out since then (aka almost all of them).

While the amendment passed the committee, there were 19 assholes who voted against your vaping rights:

If your representative is on the list, you might want to contact them and kindly remind them to not vote like assholes in the future.

 

 

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