The Food and Drug Administration: Regulation of Electronic Cigarettes

Author: Stephanie Scott, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review

With so much of our daily lives being regulated by government agencies, it should come as no surprise that when a new product market emerges an administration will have something to say about it. Americans have been struggling with tobacco addictions since the early 1900s, and entrepreneurs have invented everything from hypnosis tapes, to nicotine gum, to skin patches to try and help users kick the habit. In the past few years, however, a new phenomenon has hit the states: the electronic cigarette. Continue reading “The Food and Drug Administration: Regulation of Electronic Cigarettes”