Jim Myers || 19th December 2014 || News analysis || Policy and Politics | Geographies: North America United States
A group of proposed laws that would have affected the U.S. e-cigarette industry officially bit the dust this week when the historically dysfunctional 113th Congress finally closed its books on legislation.
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