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Flat White

Life’s too short to battle public health puritans – I’m over it

3 January 2024

4:00 AM

3 January 2024

4:00 AM

When I’m not compiling the Morning Double Shot email, or talking on the radio, my professional role is as a consultant on public policy and politics, including health policy, in which I have years of experience and a little expertise.

One such issue that I have been involved for the better part of a decade is reducing the scourge of tobacco smoking by giving smokers safe and regulated access to far less harmful ways of getting their nicotine fix.

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