Hi everyone, I've been persona non grata for a bit but things have gotten to the point where I have to reach out to my forum mates.Today the state of Michigan banned vapeing and I'm concerned other states will follow suit.This morning it was the topic on local talk radio and I listened with interest naturally.First a State Representative called in and called for the ban in Rhode Island calling ecigs "tobacco products".Then the calls came in one after the other citing how e liquid contains antifreeze, oil and all sorts of poisons.Plus how nicotine is the absolute worst substance in existence.I couldn't believe the misinformation being aired and this caused me to do something I've never even considered,to call in to a talk show.I shouldn't have bothered.When I tried to explain that P.G. and V.G. were the components of ejuice the host quickly said " and it is also in antifreeze to which I tried to reply that she was taking this out of context in as much as arsnic is in rice and lectins are in kidney beans but every time I tried to make a counterpoint she'd talk over me.When I finally asked if she was going to let me make my case or was she going to continue to talk over me she responded by saying I live under a rock and ended my call.This is what we are up against,and the public takes the misinformation spewed by the Tobacco and Pharmaceutical lobbies and runs with it.Vapeing has been vilified and most non vapers hate it. While I agree that there's a problem with underage vapeing and the availability of cig-a-likes to minors banning all vape products isn't the answer but that may be the road we're on. I've called my Reps here and in Washington, responded to Cassa and it's calls to action but unfortunately I think it is all in a war we were always destined to lose.