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Proposed e-cig ban for minors welcome


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 26, 2014

~~<p class="p1">The federal government has taken a necessary first step into the regulation of electronic cigarettes, stepping into a zone where state lawmakers have, so far, feared to tread.</p>
<p class="p1">Although current efforts by state legislators have failed to draw critical boundaries for the use, sale and marketing of &quot;e-cigarettes,&quot; this week the Food and Drug Administration has all but settled some of the issues raised in the last bill standing in the state Capitol, Senate Bill 2495.</p>
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The federal government has taken a necessary first step into the regulation of electronic cigarettes, stepping into a zone where state lawmakers have, so far, feared to tread.

Although current efforts by state legislators have failed to draw critical boundaries for the use, sale and marketing of "e-cigarettes," this week the Food and Drug Administration has all but settled some of the issues raised in the last bill standing in the state Capitol, Senate Bill 2495. Login for more...



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