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Partial Ban on E-Cigarette Flavors Is Issued

NYTimes.com Thursday, 2 January 2020
The F.D.A. says the restrictions will apply to closed cartridge systems, like the flavored pods that are popular with teenagers, but exempted the open tank systems sold in vape shops that permit custom mixing of flavors.
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FDA Will Likely Ban Most E-Cigarette Flavors. Dessert, fruit and mint-flavored e-cigarette cartridges are expected to be included in the forthcoming ban, approved by the Trump administration. Tobacco and menthol flavors will likely be unaffected by the new ban. The ban is an attempt to curb the teen...

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