Bill to put pressure on FDA catches rising tide of US opinion against disposables

In part of what appears to be a concerted bid to increase political pressure on the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a Democrat representative has put forward a bill to force the agency to ramp up enforcement against disposable e-cigarettes.

Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick of Florida introduced the bill just two days after tobacco giant RJ Reynolds petitioned the FDA to adopt more stringent efforts against disposables, using some of the same language.

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