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Criminal Justice Reform Groups Challenge FDA’s Proposed Flavored Tobacco Ban

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Prison justice reform organizations have criticized the FDA’s plan to ban flavored tobacco merchandise, warning of elevated over-policing in communities of shade, Cheyanne M. Daniels reports for The Hill. The coalition, which despatched a letter to President Joe Biden criticizing the FDA’s proposed ban, argues that the ban would result in illicit distribution, criminalization, and adverse interactions with regulation enforcement. They suggest different options and advocate for hurt discount methods as a substitute of criminalization. The letter urges the FDA to rethink the ban to keep away from hostile penalties for marginalized communities.

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