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New York May Ban Flavored E-Cigs

New York May Ban Flavored E-Cigs

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is seeking a ban on the sale of flavored e-cigarettes.

The move comes after a surge in mysterious vaping-related illnesses associated with at least six deaths and renewed focus on skyrocketing teen use.

Gizmodo report the White House announced last week that it is also considering yanking all non-tobacco e-cigarettes.

The FDA has warned market leader Juul that it could remove its products from the market.

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