Accuracy in Media

FDA: Ban on E-Cigarettes for Minors

Nothing too new here: The Food and Drug Administration has banned e-cigarette sales to minors under the age of 18 on Thursday, a widely expected move. The ban coincides with other regulations for e-cigarette products. More than 40 states already ban e-cigarette sales, but the FDA decision will mean a ban nationwide. Photo by VAPES.COM

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$36 Million Spent by FDA to Combat Chewing Tobacco

Um, okay then: The Food and Drug Administration is spending $36 million on an anti-chewing tobacco advertising campaign targeted at white male teenagers in the midwest. The federal agency announced Tuesday it is expanding its “Real Cost” anti-tobacco campaign to “educate rural, white male teenagers” and convince them to stop dipping. Photo by Ryan Ojibway

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Media Bias Against Faith Reporting

Last month 43 Catholic institutions across America joined together to defend the First Amendment and filed a total of 12 lawsuits against the Administration in order to protect the right to freedom of religion on behalf of all Americans. This is the most significant religious lawsuit in U.S. history and Christian leaders all across America […]

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June 2016

6/8/2016 - FDA Releases 499 Pages of Cigar Rules

May 2016

5/23/2016 - Michelle Obama’s Food Label Effort isn’t Grounded in Science

5/8/2016 - FDA: Ban on E-Cigarettes for Minors

April 2016

4/20/2016 - $36 Million Spent by FDA to Combat Chewing Tobacco

June 2012

6/8/2012 - Media Bias Against Faith Reporting