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Press Release: Electronic Cigarette VS FDA
Date:5/4/2009

Smoking Everywhere, Inc. filed a federal complaint today seeking an injunction against the FDA

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) May 4, 2009 -- Smoking Everywhere, Inc. filed a federal complaint today seeking an injunction against the FDA with respect to the FDA's recent attempts to ban the import of Electronic Cigarettes. The company believes the use of inhaled nicotine in a form and purpose similar to traditional smoked tobacco cigarettes is outside of FDA's jurisdiction under the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act. The Supreme Court of the United States determined in 2000 that the FDA lacked authority under the FDCA to regulate traditional tobacco cigarettes as a drug/medical device combination and it is Smoking Everywhere's position that the same legal rationale should apply to its electronic cigarette product.

United States District Court for the District of Columbia
Smoking Everywhere, Inc. vs. U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Case no 09-cv-0771

Smoking Everywhere Verified Complaint

Smoking Everywhere Memo in Support of TRO

For more information go to http://smokingeverywhere.com/.

CONTACT: Shannon Rose, Eclectic Media Productions, (813) 960-8412 or (813) 389-0801

About Smoking Everywhere, Inc:
Smoking Everywhere, Inc. is a Florida based company pioneering electronic smoking products. For the past 12 months the team behind Smoking Everywhere Electronic Cigarette has been product testing and researching the possibility of a tar-free alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes and is currently manufacturing a ground breaking electronic cigarette.

Intended for adult use only, Smoking Everywhere's E-Cigarette is completely non-flammable and uses state of the art sophisticated micro-electronics to reproduce the experience of smoking a real cigarette without the ash, tar smoke and nearly 4,000 compounds found in a lit cigarette.

The management of Smoking Everywhere E Cigarette wants to create a smoke free environment by offering adults an option to smoke without the fire, flame, tobacco by-products, tar, carbon monoxide, ash, stub, smell and all the other chemicals found in traditional cigarettes.

Join us today, and become a distributor or a user who wants to make a difference!

SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Smoking Causes Lung Cancer, Heart Disease, Emphysema, And May Complicate Pregnancy.

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