Berkeley Professor Uses Common Sense To Back Vaping (, March 2017)

by Jimmy Hafrey

A Berkeley professor is using a common-sense approach to underscore the benefits of vaping as well as to encourage vaping as a smoking cessation tool.

Professor Stephen D. Sugarman, who is the Roger J. Traynor Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley, recently wrote an op-ed piece for RegBlog. The opinion, which you can read in full here, covers the whole issue of vaping, from highlighting the difference between smoking and vaping to measures that the US government can take to introduce vaping as a smoking cessation tool.

It is an interesting read for smokers, vapers, and advocates on both sides of the issue.

Read the full article here at

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