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.


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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 3.19.2019

MARCH 1, 2019 (via CASAA Twitter @CASAAMedia) Tobacco harm reduction news for March 19, 2019. Call to Action for Arkansas. Anti tobacco harm reduction law in Connecticut. North Dakota gets the flavor ban right while a Bloomberg commentary gets everything wrong. ARKANSAS: (CALL TO ACTION!) Stop an outrageous 67% tax on vaping! Oppose any extra taxes on low-risk, smoke-free alternatives to combustible …

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Heads Up – News – Updates 3.18.2019

MARCH 18, 2019 (via CASAA Twitter @CASAAMedia) Tobacco harm reduction news for March 18, 2019. Call to Action for Robbinsdale, MN. Anti tobacco harm reduction laws in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Colorado and Wisconsin.  ROBBINSDALE, MINNESOTA: (CALL TO ACTION!!) Deadline is March 19th for Robbinsdale residents to submit comments re: ordinance that restricting sales of flavored #vaping & #smokefree products to …

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Heads Up – News – Updates 3.15.2019

MARCH 15, 2019 (via CASAA Twitter @CASAAMedia) Tobacco harm reduction news for March 15, 2019. Anti tobacco harm reduction laws in Maine, Wisconsin, Utah, Oklahoma and Illinois.  ILLINOIS: (UPDATE) Bill to deny early ADULT #smokers & #vapers access to the much safer alternative #vaping & #smokefree products that could actually eliminate #smoking passed in the Senate. Heading to new Governor’s desk …

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Heads Up – News – Updates 3.14.2019

MARCH 14, 2019 (via CASAA Twitter @CASAAMedia) Tobacco harm reduction news for March 14, 2019. Call to Action in Wisconsin. Anti tobacco harm reduction laws in Alaska, Kansas, South Carolina, Nevada, Massachusetts, Arkansas and Illinois. American Heart Association’s endgame is to end nicotine use, regardless of low risk. APPLETON, WISCONSIN: (CALL TO ACTION!!) Proposed ordinance will prohibit businesses owners (incl. vape shops) …

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Indoor Vaping Bans – Talking Points

Suggested Talking Points – Place Ban (Please choose a few of the points below — topics you are most comfortable discussing.) You are a resident and you oppose banning e-cigarette use where smoking is prohibited. (If you are responding to a Call to Action or Local Alert for a city or state in which you are not a resident, please …

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