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FDA To Regulate Cigarettes ... And Cause An Increase In Smoking!
by: Andrew Lawrence

The Food & Drug Administration (FDA), a U.S. federal government agency, has been given the power by Congress to regulate cigarettes and smoking in the U.S.

This will affect a large number of Americans, Americans who smoke. According to a 2008 report from the Center For Disease Control (CDC) the number of smokers in America is 43.4 million.

Among other things, the FDA plans to force cigarette manufacturers to reduce the amount of nicotine in cigarettes. Nicotine is the addictive substance contained in cigarettes and, according to the government experts, reducing the amount of nicotine in cigarettes will reduce the addiction to cigarettes and make it easier for people to quit smoking. In reality, the opposite is true. If the nicotine level in cigarettes is reduced, smokers, in order to maintain the nicotine levels they are addicted to, will actually smoke MORE cigarettes. And, being forced to smoke more cigarettes, smokers will also inhale MORE of the dangerous and unhealthful chemicals in cigarettes - thus causing MORE smoking relating deaths and serious smoking related illnesses.

The real-world result of the government’s plan to reduce nicotine in cigarettes in order to reduce smoking and promote good health will have the exact opposite and even more harmful effect. Obviously, the health experts and government legislators who supported and passed this new FDA regulation of cigarettes must be non-smokers, know nothing about the smoking experience and are, in fact, seriously ignorant in not realizing that their “let’s regulate cigarettes and reduce nicotine content to reduce smoking” idea would have the opposite effect and cause smokers to smoke MORE.

It’s a pity Congress didn’t bother to ask actual smokers about the real-world consequences of this ill-advised, and harmful, anti-smoking legislation … BEFORE they passed it into law!

About The Author
Andrew Lawrence is an expert smoker with decades of actual experience. He is also the author of 5 books including “Glimmers Of Hope”, a forecast of the future'now to 2020, which is available nationwide at

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