FDA misses deadline for deciding which e-cigarette products should be removed from the market

WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday that it has failed to meet a court-ordered deadline for deciding which e-cigarette products can stay on the market. In fact, it has yet to rule on whether any of the largest and most controversial e-cigarette companies, including JUUL, can keep selling their products.

Tobacco control advocates and vaping industry supporters alike are furious, and the delay could land the FDA back in federal court.

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FDA misses deadline for deciding which e-cigarette products should be removed from the market

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