Stopping short of its threatened ban on flavored e-cigarettes, the Food and Drug Administration said on Nov. 15 that it would allow stores to continue selling the products, but only from closed-off areas that are inaccessible to minors.
Stopping short of its threatened ban on flavored e-cigarettes, the Food and Drug Administration said on Nov. 15 that it would allow stores to continue selling the products, but only from closed-off areas that are inaccessible to minors. Joshua Bright The New York Times
Stopping short of its threatened ban on flavored e-cigarettes, the Food and Drug Administration said on Nov. 15 that it would allow stores to continue selling the products, but only from closed-off areas that are inaccessible to minors. Joshua Bright The New York Times