YLC Event: You’ve Gotta Fight for Your Right to . . . Vape (Discussion with Dr. Tevi Troy)

October 22, 2018
590 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

In June, San Francisco voters decided a first-in-the-nation ban that included a ban on selling flavored liquids used in vaping. Given the open-minded nature of its residents and its relative embrace of alternative solutions to complex problems, it is surprising that the city approved the ban.

How should libertarians and free-market advocates view June’s vote and efforts to ban items that affect vaping and e-cigarettes?

Join PRI and the Young Leaders Circle for an interesting discussion on vaping with former White House official, Deputy HHS Secretary, and presidential historian Tevi Troy, who is now vice president of public policy at JUUL Labs.

He will discuss the policy debate surrounding vaping and how efforts in San Francisco and other California cities to ban e-cigarettes and flavored vaping impact individual freedom and are a short-sighted solution to a complex problem.

Monday, October 22
6:30 to 8:30 pm
590 Sutter Street
San Francisco

Wine, beer, and hors d’oeuvres will be served
Space is limited

FREE ADMISSION for Young Leaders Circle and Sir Antony Fisher Freedom Society members.

The Young Leaders Circle is PRI’s group for young, liberty-minded professionals, age 21-40. To learn more or join, click here.

The Sir Antony Fisher Freedom Society recognizes Pacific Research Institute’s closest friends and most loyal supporters and gives them exclusive access to PRI’s events, publications, scholars, and leadership. To learn more or to join, click here.

For more information about YLC, contact Tim Anaya at (916) 389-9774, or [email protected]

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Speaker’s Bio:

Tevi Troy is the vice president of public policy at JUUL Labs, a best-selling presidential historian, and a former senior government official. His latest book is, Shall We Wake the President? Two Centuries of Disaster Management in the Oval Office.

Dr. Troy previously served as Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the chief operating officer for the largest civilian department in the federal government. He has extensive White House experience, having served in several high-level positions over a five-year period. He has also held high-level positions on Capitol Hill.

He previously was the founding CEO of the American Health Policy Institute and served as a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute from 2009-2013, where he remains an adjunct fellow.

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