The Food and Drug Administration extended new rules over e-cigarettes last week. The new rules will ban the sales of the product to minors. They are in line with public health experts recommendations aimed at preventing youth from accessing nicotine products with the hope of preventing another generation from becoming hooked on traditional cigarettes.
The vaping industry has criticized the new rules for being onerous, saying its prior-review process will cause a prohibition. They also argue that the best way to get people off tobacco products was through e-cigarettes.
- Gerie Voss, supervisory regulatory counselor at the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products.
- Dr. Laura Tenner, hematologist-oncologist at the Cancer Therapy & Research Center at the UT Health Science Center
- Gregory Conley, President of the American Vaping Association