State AGs urge stricter e-cig regulations: Report
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“While the proposed rule addresses some of our concerns, it fails to address matters of particular concern, such as characterizing flavors, the marketing of e-cigarettes, and the sale of tobacco products over the Internet,” the group said, according to the WSJ report. What the Reynolds deal says about e-cig leader blu The fast-growing vapor nicotine industry is projected to surpass $2 billion this year, according to industry specialists. Tobacco firms and public health advocates are debating the impacts of using the devices as the public comment period for the FDA’s regulations winds down. The FDA proposed to ban the sale of e-cigs to minors in April and will begin reviewing the more than 75,000 comments posted on federal platform when the period closes on Friday.
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