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Walmart says it will stop selling e-cigarettes

USATODAY.com Friday, 20 September 2019 ()
Walmart says it will stop selling e-cigarettes at its stores as concerns continue grow over the potential health risks linked to vaping.
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All Walmart and Sam's Club U.S locations will stop selling vaping devices and e-cigs after they sell out of their current inventory.

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