#vapefly 😍😍😍 #Repost@vapefly_official with @get_repost ・・・ ----Giveaway Alert--- Happy Thanksgiving Day - A time to be thankful, give back to vapers and spend time with your family.Vapefly want to celebrate and give back by giving away three of our atomizers during the period.There total will be three winners. Prize: 1st winner: Vapefly CORE RTA + Cotton Clouds 2nd winner: Vapefly Galaxies MTL RTA +Cotton Clouds 3rd winner: Vapefly Galaxies MTL RDTA + Cotton Clouds
#Repost@ohmyourfathersvapecrew with @get_repost ・・・ The African-American Tobacco Control Leadership Council (AATCLC) has claimed victory and ownership over the City of Sacramento’s Law and Legislation Committee passing recent proposed legislation to bar less harmful products from sale. Not Blowing Smoke calls upon the Internal Revenue Service, the City of Sacramento and California Secretary of State Alex Padilla to investigate AATCLC’s efforts to influence legislation as a 501(c)3 charitable organization. The limits placed on lobbying efforts by 501(c)3 non-profit organizations (i.e. charitable organizations accepting tax-deductible donations) are extremely well defined in IRS tax code and can lead to the loss of an organization’s tax-exempt status.
Over the past two years, AATCLC has expanded beyond educational materials and charitable work. Ms. McGruder, on behalf of AATCLC, has openly asserted ownership over the recent effort in Sacramento, praising the Law and Legislation Committee’s adoption of “our ordinance to restrict the sale of flavored tobacco products”. It is time for the AATCLC to face the unintended consequences of their extensive lobbying activities, similar to how small businesses, smokers, and California youths will have to face the unintended consequences of bad public policy proposed and supported by AATCLC. The open admission by AATCLC of their ownership of lobbying the City of Sacramento should serve as a basis for a thorough review of the organization’s lobbying efforts by the appropriate regulatory bodies.