Brad Lake

The European Union continues its invasion of the tobacco market

TOBACCO REGULATIONS: The European Union continues its anti-free market crusade against the tobacco industry and consumer choice related to tobacco.     SOURCE:

Yaël Ossowski

BMA calls for tobacco pack-style warnings on sweets

PACKAGING NEWS: The British Medical Association’s proposal to require warning labels on sugary foods is misguided and wrong.

Yaël Ossowski

ONG : la fausse bonne idée du protectionnisme énergétique européen

CONTREPOINTS: Dans leur combat pour un « développement durable », de multiples ONGs s’opposent à l’utilisation du granulé de bois pour la production énergétique.

Yaël Ossowski

Eliminare dalle confezioni i fumetti è “un approccio paternalistico sbagliato”

AGI.IT: Eliminare dalle confezioni i fumetti è “un approccio paternalistico sbagliato”, ha spiegato il rappresentante del Consumer choice center, Luca Bertoletti.

Yaël Ossowski

B.C. advocates laud consultation on banning junk food ads to kids

METRO: Consumer Choice Center lambasts the proposed ad bans as “just another example of paternalistic government encroaching on consumer choice.”

Yaël Ossowski

Education, parenting better than ad bans for healthy choices of children

RICOCHET: The Consumer Choice Center receives mention in a piece supportive of banning ads for food aimed at children.

Yaël Ossowski

Restricting junk food advertising for children misses the point

AM980: Canada wants to restrict junk food advertising for children. Is that a step too far for consumer choice?

Yaël Ossowski

Earlier Access To New Drugs Could Solve Canada’s Affordability Crisis

HUFFINGTON POST: Policymakers are fiercely debating how to tackle the soaring costs of prescription drugs in Canada.

Yaël Ossowski

Allowing patients to choose could save billions

EURACTIV: The Commission’s recent musings on the social dimension of Europe touches on common drug pricing among member states.

Yaël Ossowski

Tsarizm: New Anti-Tobacco Measures Won’t Work In Georgia

TSARIZM: The Republic of Georgia is known internationally for its radical approach to policy and governance. But with the latest anti-tobacco measures in front of the Parliament, it risks to lose that reputation as quickly as it earned it.