The judge suggested they be regulated like tobacco cigarettes. Indeed, Boston and other cities and some states are treating them like cigarettes, banning sales to minors and prohibiting them in workplaces. The FDA is still working on regulations but warns on its website that e-cigarette safety has not been studied and that it is unknown whether the high-tech smoke lures young people to tobacco.
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Citing danger, PMA urges e-cigarettes ban
As of 4 a.m. Wednesday, Isang’s center was estimated to be 70 km East of Tuguegarao City. Isang is estimated to have a rainfall amount of 515 mm per hour (moderate – heavy) within its 300 km diameter, and has has maximum winds of 55 kph near the center. …
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E-cigarette regulation and taxes once again on the front burner at the Capitol
Last week, Speaker of the House T.W. Shannon approved so-called “e-cigarette” study proposals by Speaker Pro Tem Mike Jackson, Rep. Mike Turner and Rep.
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