Congress acts to close 'loophole' that kept kid-friendly e-cigarette flavors on the market – The National Desk

Congress acts to close 'loophole' that kept kid-friendly e-cigarette flavors on the market – The National Desk

WASHINGTON (TND) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is clear: using e-cigarettes is unsafe for children and teens. But the industry is still pumping out products with flavors like "PB and Jam" and "Sour Watermelon Strawberry," which appear to target the young market. E-cigarette makers have been exploiting a loophole in the law that lets them skirt government regulations.

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