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March 6, 2014 12:00 AM

State should ban electronic cigarette sales to minors

There’s troubling evidence of slippage in the hard-fought gains to reduce tobacco sales to minors and to lower the percentage of teens who start smoking. It appears that electronic cigarettes play a key role in this shift, which state and federal regulators have been slow to address.

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