This fight will not be won in a court room but instead in the court of public opinion.
The regs say on page #30: “FDA believes that the inhalation of nicotine (i.e., nicotine without the products of combustion) is of less risk to the user than the inhalation of nicotine delivered by smoke from combusted tobacco products.” (Of course there's some expected maybe's and "limited data" caveat's...) Then: "... nicotine exposure by inhalation without combustion are likely NOT responsible for the high prevalence of tobacco-related death and disease in this country" (my emphasis).
Vaping as it stands today, without FDA regulations, involves "less risk" than smoking.
Some 440,000 people die each year from smoking-related illnesses.
Will these new regulations make today's vaping experience safer?
The FDA is proposing to interfere with a successful "less risk" option.
Can Mr. Zeller guarantee his regulations will not make "more risk?"
He and the FDA must be questioned about this publicly.
Making vaping a "more risk" scenario is genocide (genocide: the deliberate killing of a large group of people).
Unless we stand up and hold the FDA accountable for these facts we are done for.