Amid concern about the marketing of e-cigarettes to children and teens, lawmakers Monday released a Congressional report urging for the regulation of the fast-growing industry. “Six months ago, with growing public health concerns regarding liquid nicotine and growing e-cigarette use among young people, my colleagues and I reached out to leading e-cigarette companies with questions about their distribution and marketing to children,” said Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., in statement on ...
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