Ive seen a few threads on the subject. Though we might all want to get together. US lawmakers urge FDA to pull pod, cartridge-based e-cigarettes from market FDA Launches Criminal Investigation Into Vaping Crisis From a separate article related to the investigation: “We are in desperate need of facts," Zeller said. director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, said. “The focus of their work is to identify what is making people sick, as well as a focus on the supply chain.” We need the FDA to say these illnesses/deaths were cause by something other than the nicotine ejuice most all of us use. The hearing on lung illnesses with the House Oversight’s Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy is slated to take place on Tuesday Sept. 24 @ 10:00am(ET I presume) and be livestreamed on the committee’s YT channel youtube.com/channel/UCXSlyao4qkUFiPqghptHtZA “The hearing will examine the outbreak of lung illness associated with using e-cigarette products; the causes of the outbreak; the CDC and state health officials warning against the use of e-cigarettes; and CDC reports that youth use of e-cigarettes has risen again.” So, the House Subcommittee wants to meet about the illness before the FDA finishes there investigation as to the cause....Feeling railroaded... Lots of discussion on Twitter and the place to be (besides VU) on this issue. Matt from SMM explains it very well. youtube.com/watch?v=e4-4dlj5vFw I’m not a conspiracy theorist and I’d like to think there’s no MSA bearing on state decisions on vaping, and it’s just coincidence. Nonetheless, for them at least another mental tick in the ban column, imo. Interesting similarities from a 4+ yr old video (2015), and now. Why haven't I heard about any vaping illnesses or deaths caused by vaping ejuice in some other countries besides U.S.? Even a quick search didn't provide anything. I think we all know why.