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  • FDA proposes ban on menthol cigarettes, restricts sales of sweet e-cigarettes

    E-cigarette use was up 78 percent among high school students and 48 percent among middle-school students from 2017 to 2018, a new federal report shows.

    USA TODAY
  • The FDA Cracks Down on E-Cigarettes

    More than 3.6 million middle and high school students were current e-cigarette users in 2018, a “dramatic” uptick that ended years of decline in overall youth tobacco... Read More The post The FDA Cracks Down on E-Cigarettes appeared first on The Daily Signal.

    The Daily Signal
  • Are the FDA's E-Cigarette Restrictions Legal?

    The e-cigarette restrictions that the Food and Drug Administration announced yesterday differ from the agency's rumored plans in one way that may be legally important. In addition to allowing sales of the targeted flavors (everything but menthol, mint, and tobacco) by vape shops, tobacconists, and online vendors that have age verification, the rules described by FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb allow other retailers to sell them in "a section" that "adequately prevents entry of persons under the...

    Reason.com