State leaders push for e-cigarette regulations in Congress

Though they have been advertised as a way

Though they have been advertised as a way to quit smoking, the FDA says that the devices are increasingly being marketed toward children. (March 9, 2014 5:53 PM)

The Connecticut delegation to Congress announced plans to call for the immediate regulation of e-cigarettes.

Though they have been advertised as a way to quit smoking, the FDA says that the devices are increasingly being marketed toward children.

“These promotions to children are dangerous. The president should stop them,” said Sen. Richard Blumenthal. “I'm asking him to issue restrictions...

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