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DMGS Week in Review – September 22, 2019

The War on Vaping New Jersey legislators have put forth a call to ban flavored e-cigarettes, and potentially all vape products, due to a perceived link with the recent nation-wide spate of respiratory illnesses. Of particular concern is the potentially irreversible nature of these illnesses and the high percentage of young people impacted.  Catch up on the latest in this week’s blog post here. This Week in Washington With the […]

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The Week in Washington

Mandatory Arbitration Ban Bill The Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal Act (H.R. 1423) would prohibit mandatory arbitration agreements in employment, consumer, and other contracts. The bill would invalidate an arbitration agreement if it requires arbitration of an employment, consumer, antitrust, or civil rights dispute. The White House would veto the measure. If Congress passes the measure in its current form and is presented to President Donald Trump for his signature, his […]

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The War on Vaping

New Jersey’s Immediate Response New Jersey legislators have put forth a call to ban flavored e-cigarettes, and potentially all vape products, due to a perceived link with the recent nation-wide spate of respiratory illnesses.[1] Of particular concern is the potentially irreversible nature of these illnesses and the high percentage of young people impacted. New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, a supporter of medical and recreational cannabis, took one of the […]

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DMGS Week in Review – September 15, 2019

New York State Spotlight While most states around the country may have adjourned their legislative sessions, the Empire State is bustling with activity. From executive appointments, to legislation on vaping and gun control, you can catch up on all the latest in this week’s update here. This Week in Washington With the first week back from recess in the books, only two weeks remain until the start of the new […]

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