Ownlife Vapor Podcast Episode 95: Are the FDA Regulations Unconstitutional?

Tim and Ted ramble and free-associate about the constitutionality of the FDA vape regulations in today’s Ownlife Vapor Podcast. Ted walks us through Innokin’s eight-part lawsuit against the FDA, and Tim describes the real costs of the FDA’s PMTAs. Also included: tangents.




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Tim Mechling

Tim is Mt Baker Vapor's resident creative weirdo. He writes, composes music, draws, designs, produces podcasts, investigates, and blows the trumpet for the Common Man.

  • Adam says:

    The fact that the FDA has forced you to use an Age Verification service is ridiculous… especially when they require you to send your ID and face as a selfie…. lunacy…. painful. It’s an obstacle to commerce.

    The level of frustration I felt being forced to send a selfie was only outweighed by my loyalty to you guys for having such great products and support. If didn’t already know and experience how awesome you guys are… I would have bailed on my purchase.

    • Tim Mechling says:

      Thanks for standing by us, Adam. Believe me, we are not fans of these strict regulations. We’re putting our best foot forward, and loyal customers like you are carrying us through this transitional period. Thank you, so much.

    • Wyatt McDougall says:

      100% agree with you. If it wasn’t MT Baker, I would have said hell no and left immediately.

      • Kenny Spotz says:

        Thank you for your loyalty as a customer, Wyatt! We’ve got some big promotions planned to hopefully outweigh the inconvenience of the age verification process. Keep an eye out for announcements soon!

  • Mark says:

    I totally agree with Adam I have saw other articles of lawsuits within states because their laws are blocking interstate commerce and that is definitely unconstitutional.

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