The vaping industry is asking the Trump administration to turn around new FDA regulations requiring applications and fees for new products, reports the Daily Caller. 

“There’s a national drumbeat against electronic cigarettes, and the CDC is the leading champion for this demonization of a useful product,” Dr Edward Anselm, senior fellow at the R Street Institute, told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “There are many challenges associated with the CDC’s war on e-cigarettes, and I don’t think its wrong to talk about a war on e-cigarettes.”

Under the FDA rule, vendors and manufactures have until Aug. 8, 2018 to submit the applications for their products. Many are anticipating closure due to the application costs, which range from $100,000 to $400,000 dollars each. R Street Institute released a report of eight proposals Tuesday for the Trump administration to consider to reduce the harm of tobacco products and save the vaping industry.