WASHINGTON — The U.S. government on Feb. 6 began enforcing restrictions on flavored electronic cigarettes aimed at curbing underage vaping. But some
Republicans want to remove protections for pre-existing conditions while at the same time banning vaping so that smokers can go back to cigarettes and get kicked off their health insurance—going without treatment for lung cancer, emphysema, and other illnesses from tobacco.
— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) February 4, 2020
Today's the day: An e-cigarette policy that goes into effect will result in a number of flavored vaping products being taken off the US market. https://t.co/WLMMiPDjp4
— CNN (@CNN) February 6, 2020