Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance is a state-based trade association with members of the vapor industry representing responsible manufacturers, retailers and wholesale owners who are committed to nurturing an educational, reputable and robust vapor industry, through honest public relations efforts and efficient advocacy strategies throughout Indiana.
The Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance is a trade group of concerned business men and women who manufacture, distribute and/or sell vapor related products. We bring together the industry sectors of vaping to protect members with advocacy efforts at the state and national levels. We are active members of our communities and we create solid relationships by spreading the message of Tobacco Harm Reduction. Members enjoy additional benefits such as group buying opportunities, education materials, and assistance with talking to local and state politicians.
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ISFA Statement on Vaping Illnesses and Flavor Bans
Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance strongly encourages all media outlets to refer to the statement made by the FDA
which fully understands the dangers posed by illicit products and THC products. In the same vein, ISFA strongly
urges public officials to thoroughly investigate the circumstances which might have led to each reported
hospitalization before making statements to the public as to whether certain products are implicated in these
Proposed tax on vaping liquids hits small manufacturers hardest. Less than four years ago, Indiana lawmakers passed a bill that gave a select few businesses the right to manufacture e-liquid in the state. Working in the shadows of the night, lobbyists pushed to protect very large businesses from the competition of vape shops and small manufacturers, the very sort of competition that has recently eaten into the profits and stock prices of America’s largest tobacco companies.
Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance President Testifies in the Senate Appropriations Committee opposing taxes on e-cigarettes and e-liquid
NIKI KELLY | The Journal GazetteINDIANAPOLIS – Lawmakers wrestled with how to tax popular vape products today during a hearing on a bill targeting e-cigarettes. The Senate Appropriations Committee heard testimony on House Bill 1444 that ran the gamut – some think the...
Indiana House Endorses Vape Tax
The Indiana House of Representatives recently voted to impose a new tax on the liquid contents of electronic cigarettes and vapor products. The 4 cents per-milliliter tax is now under consideration by the Senate. Americans for Tax Reform urges the Senate to reject this tax, which represents a threat to harm reduction and smoking cessation efforts in the state of Indiana.
Vote No on H.B. 1444
ATTENTION ONLY INDIANA VAPOR BUSINESSES Tell them about YOUR business by adding to our message. CLICK HERE! The Indiana State Senate will vote on H.B. 1444, which would impose a tax on e-cigarettes and e-liquids at a rate of $0.04 per milliliter. Please take a moment...
Amy Netherton on Voices of Vapers
The following article is by Lindsey Stroud, State Government Relations Manager for The Heartland Institute. Here she interviews Amy Netherton, who is, among many other things, President of the Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance (ISFA). VOICE OF VAPERS: ONE WOMAN...
The Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance was in Rockville, Maryland October 22-23
The Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance was in Rockville, Maryland October 22-23 for the FDA sponsored public meeting- Tobacco Product Application Review. This meeting is intended to improve public understanding and seek feedback on the policies and processes for...
ISFA Attends the Vapor Technology Association’s 3rd Annual Conference in Washington, DC.
Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance is affiliated with the ONLY national association with one unified voice that fights for small and medium sized business at the Federal and State levels. The Vapor Technology Association has the plan, the team, the proven track...
VAPE & THE FDA3 Elevating the Conversation
You are Invited! VAPE & THE FDA3 Elevating the Conversation One plus year into a new Administration. Deadlines extended. New policies announced. But, where is it all going? VTA knows the information that you need. So, whether you are an e-liquid or...
ISFA adopts standards to protect minors
We support marketing practices that prevent usage of imagery or designs that infringe upon existing trademarks. We also believe that vapor products should never mimic food or beverage products- specifically ones that are marketed to minors. Preventing youth access to adult vapor products is one of our primary mission goals at ISFA.
Results based. Industry led.
ISFA is a results based Indiana Non Profit Trade Association that is currently seeking 501(c)6 status with the IRS. Indiana Smoke-Free Alliance members represent all types of companies who sell vaping products. These valuable networking relationships allow us to be an efficient well-oiled machine when it comes to lobby efforts and meeting ISFA goals for Indiana business.
We are business owners united by our passion to
make a difference.
ISFA led the fight atthe statehouse in the 2017 session to create Senate Enrolled Act 1, a common sense law to regulate e-liquid. Our strong Public Affairs team at Krieg DeVault created an amiable atomosphere where both the Senate and House were commited to changing the monopolistic law created in 2015. We have also created successful working relationships with multiple state agencies by spreading the message of Tobacco Harm Reduction.
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