Rep. Frank Pallone calls for tighter e-cigarette laws, reminds students they aren't safer choices

Though they have been advertised as a way

Though they have been advertised as a way to quit smoking, the FDA says that the devices are increasingly being marketed toward children. (January 13, 2014 6:59 PM)

Rep. Frank Pallone is calling on the federal government to begin regulating e-cigarettes. Pallone is asking the FDA to crack down on the e-cig, as well as post warnings on the devices that they are addictive. The congressman appeared at Woodbridge High School Monday, warning students who may think they are safer than traditional cigarettes just because there is no smoke. "Well I'm here to...

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