New FDA tobacco regulations stir help, harm debate

By Richard Craver

The Food and Drug Administration is forging ahead with implementing a controversial set of new regulations on tobacco and nicotine products.

The rules, made official May 5, are set to go into effect Aug. 8 for electronic cigarettes, vaporizers, cigars, hookahs (water pipes), pipe tobacco, nicotine gels and certain dissolvables. The agency’s intent is clarifying the products’ potential for causing or reducing public harm.

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