Proposed e-cig regulations are less strict than cigarette rules

The Food and Drug Administration has proposed a series of rules to regulate e-cigarettes that include no sales to minors, submitting devices for FDA approval and warning users of nicotine addiction. The rules give e-cigs have more leeway than regular cigarettes, allowing manufactures to advertise, sell on the Web and add candy flavorings. "I'm very pleased the FDA has created a structure to treat these products differently than traditional combustible cigarettes," said Miguel Martin of e-cig maker Logic Technology Development.

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