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2018 NYSVA Member Drive/Fundraiser


On January 2 - 9, 2018 NYSVA held a Member Drive/Fundraiser to kick off our 2018 Year. Thank you to all who donated and the companies that joined! However, we still need members and we need your help.

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LATEST NEWS

NEW YEAR, NEW HEADACHES FOR VAPERS
In the brief two weeks the NY legislature has been back in session, we are once again targeted with an onslaught of proposed bills that would be damaging to vapor businesses and impede the use of vapor products in the state. In addition to tracking carried-over 2017 bills that are back in play, there have been some new stand-alone bills introduced, as well as the FY 2019 Governor's Budget Bill released this week.

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NEW YORK STATE VAPOR ASSOCIATION

RESPONDS TO LANDMARK E-CIGARETTE REPORT

ISSUED BY NASEM


 
On January 23, 2018, The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine released a congressionally mandated Consensus Study Report titled “Public Health Consequences of E-Cigarettes.” By analyzing available research studies, this landmark report shows the potential for e-cigarettes to deliver a positive net public health benefit.
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Member Fly-in to Albany coming in March
Stay tuned for more info!


About Us: The New York State Vapor Association (NYSVA.org) is the first organization in New York that is run by and dedicated to supporting hard working small business owners with more than 600 New York vapor product businesses, more than 2200 employees and their hundreds of thousands of customers. The board of directors has been advising researchers, legislators, government agencies, and industry stakeholders for 8 years, locally, statewide, federally and internationally.


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