Administration strips down flavored vaping product regs
The Trump Administration has announced that it will remove some, but not all, flavored e-cigarette products from the U.S. market, in a compromise that has sparked criticism from both vaping advocates and adversaries.
The new plan applies to the cartridge-based e-cigarette products made by companies like Juul Labs, which are particularly popular among teenagers. Under the policy, companies will be prohibited from selling e-liquids in fruit, dessert and mint flavors, leaving only menthol and tobacco products on the market.
Larger, tank-style e-cigarettes - which users can manually fill with e-liquids of their choice, and are primarily sold in age-restricted vape shops - would be exempt.
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