About CASAA

The Consumer Advocates for Smoke-free Alternatives Association (CASAA) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) organization with an all-volunteer board and a grassroots membership of more than two hundred thousand individuals from all walks of life, and we are growing daily. We are a consumer organization, not a trade association. We are dedicated to ensuring the availability of reduced harm alternatives to smoking and to providing smokers and non-smokers alike with honest information about those alternatives so that they can make informed choices.

The timeline includes links to articles, patents, court decisions, and many other resources to give a comprehensive history of this revolutionary alternative to combustible tobacco.



CASAA needs your support so we can defend the access, diversity, and truthful information about smoke-free alternatives. Every donation goes to fund calls to action, efforts to meet with lawmakers and regulators, and our operations. We are a non-profit organization with an all volunteer board ensuring your contributions go directly into real advocacy.

CASAA is a 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organization. While CASAA is a non-profit organization and pays no income taxes on the donations it receives, contributions or gifts to CASAA are not deductible by the donor as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.

FIVE THINGS TO DO TODAY TO SAVE VAPING


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(1) Take Action! Engage with officials regarding federal legislation and regulation affecting your access to low-risk alternatives to smoking.



(2) Join CASAA! It's easy, it's free, and we will keep you up to date on information and opportunities to take action to protect your access to vapor products.



(3) Register To Vote! Millions of vapers, including YOU, have the power to influence government decisions by electing candidates who support vaping!



(4) Tell your story! Visit CASAA's Testimonials Project and tell us about your experience with low-risk, smoke-free products like e-cigarettes and snus.



(5) Support CASAA's work to promote tobacco harm reduction policies and keep the diverse range of smoke-free alternatives available.


Recent Posts

Heads Up – News – Updates 6.14.2019

June 14, 2019 (via CASAA Twitter @CASAAMedia) FDA submits response to lawsuit moving premarket application deadline. Watertown, Wisconsin treats vaping like smoking. Oregon lawmakers resurrect 65% vapor tax bill. Wisconsin budget vape tax greatly reduced by Committee. Researchers find youth vape use overblown by media. Like getting this timely information? Help CASAA continue its mission by donating HERE. IN THE NEWS: FDA …

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Heads Up – News – Updates 6.13.2019

June 13, 2019 (via CASAA Twitter @CASAAMedia) Call to Action update in Ohio alerts members of new tax. City in Colorado that already has Tobacco/Vapor 21 and public use ban looking to regulate and tax more. Minnesota lawmakers busy protecting the cigarette market. Learn how media twists facts to support “vaping epidemic” claim. Like getting this timely information? Help CASAA continue …

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Heads Up – News – Updates 6.12.2019

June 12, 2019 (via CASAA Twitter @CASAAMedia) FDA finally releases pre-market guidance for vapor products. Lawmakers in Aspen, Colorado ban flavored low risk alternatives; municipalities in Connecticut and Minnesota pass Tobacco/Vapor 21. Heads Up for Tobacco/Vapor 21 in Benton County, Minnesota. Researchers warn smoke- and vapor-free laws in public housing may do more harm than good. Like getting this timely information? …

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Heads Up – News – Updates 6.10.2019

June 10, 2019 (via CASAA Twitter @CASAAMedia) Advocates in South Portland, Maine make lawmakers rethink a flavor ban. Anti-harm reduction laws, such as indoor use bans, Tobacco/Vapor 21 and even outdoor bans, in Missouri, Indiana, Texas and Illinois. Like getting this timely information? Help CASAA continue its mission by donating HERE. SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE: (UPDATE) Advocates successfully create doubt in lawmakers’ minds …

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Heads Up – News – Updates 6.05.2019

June 5, 2019 (via CASAA Twitter @CASAAMedia) Calls to Action in Connecticut (vapor tax) and San Francisco (banning sales of vapor products while leaving combustible products legal.) Commentary questions CDC panic on vapor products, Michigan may be facing anti-harm reduction laws. Beverly Hills bans tobacco products – except for rich tourists and wealthy cigar smokers. Like getting this timely information? Help …

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