Yes, they are saying it is tobacco and I too disagree with that. My point though is the Michigan legislation is going to keep vaping apart from other tobacco products. There will be a degree of difference allowed between the two, even if the FED is pushing to have it all in one lump. See, Michigan is setting precedent? They are showing other states a way to legislate to follow the spirit but not the letter of what the FED desires. They recognize the difference, or so it would appear to me. It also seems they are trying to help. Again it is going to come to us the vapers to educate, stand against the fear of ignorance. If not then yes, we'll all get lumped into tobacco products and we then suffer under whatever the FED outlines. Be that a full out ban and prohibition of vaping all across the board, or just trying to stop children using. I nearly agree with @jwill, there needs to be no regulation. Consumers can settle the issues that need addressed. You still need to educate those consumers though. We still need to run Juul out too sadly. I would rather not destroy a business in such a manner. They chose a way to market and a product line that drew a means to attack vaping though. We don't need more useless laws. There are already enough if they are enforced. Besides it really boils to simple contracting law. Consumers buy product X from company Y. If they like it they keep buying it, if not they move to something different. The power of consumer dollars is just the same as a bullet, er ballot. Produce products that kill customers, well you get voted out of business. It is the contract of buying and selling in the free market. Closed pod systems will keep these same kind of attacks happening too. An example needs set, educate, abolish closed pod systems to avoid such attacks on vaping and people's lives. We as vapers need to do this as it is our responsibility. No one else will do it for us and instead they will give lives back to big tobacco, pharmaceutical. Why allow such a clear evil to stand?