It took the federal government five years simply to make a move to regulate electronic cigarettes. States, however, have been moving forward fast.
Nearly three dozen states have already banned the sale of e-cigarettes to minors, and at least six others have similar legislation in play right now. New Jersey, North Dakota and Utah have banned e-cigarette use in workplaces, bars, restaurants and public places where tobacco smoking already is proh...
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