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FDA Bans E-Cigarettes For Minors

With the growth of the $2 billion e-cigarette industry that currently has little to no federal oversight, the FDA has voted to impose new regulations, which include limiting the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. What do you think?

  • “If they don't want kids to smoke e-cigarettes, maybe they should stop having teen heartthrob Stephen Dorff endorsing them.”

    Kelly Connors
    Dance Chaperone
  • “This is just another case of Big Government exercising its legitimate Constitutional power to regulate the sale of products as set out in the Commerce Clause.”

    Richard Blackstone
    Property Seller
  • “But who else is going to be stupid enough to buy them?”

    Cameron Egan
    Software Packager
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