E-cigarettes shouldn’t be marketed to kids, but the FDA shouldn’t target goofy flavors
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Last Friday, the Food and Drug Administration seized more than a thousand documents from e-cigarette maker Juul Labs. This surprise inspection was aimed at the sales and marketing practices of the company which are already under investigation since its products have sharply gained popularity among teens. The FDA is right to go after companies marketing tobacco products to kids but they shouldn’t drag fruity flavors into the fight.


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