There is currently no regulation specifically aimed at disposable e-cigarettes at the federal level in the US.
There is no regulatory “loophole” concerning disposable e-cigarettes.
The call for action regarding disposable e-cigarettes comes from wanting to protect children, and therefore a desire to ban all types of flavoured products.
The FDA has recently been conducting a retailer inspection blitz, a crackdown on “illegal sales of popular disposable e-cigarettes”.
This report tackles questions about US federal regulation of disposable e-cigarettes, examines the regulatory loophole question, and looks into pressure from the public.
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Table of contents
- Executive summary
- Is there any regulation at the federal level?
- Are there any proposals which would affect disposable e-cigarettes?
- Is there any public pressure to bring disposable e-cigarettes under regulation?
- Are we looking at the new regulatory target?
- Will there be regulation of disposable e-cigarettes in the near future?
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