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Feds ban candy- and fruit-flavored cigarettes

Sorry, kids: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration launched a ban on cigarettes with fruit, candy or clove flavors today. The ban, authorized by the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, represents a national effort by the FDA to reduce an easy entry point for youth into smoking and tobacco addiction. Read more here.

 
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I didn't realize *kids* r allowed to purchase cigarettes This is dumb & punishes adults who smoke & enjoy them

Remember those old bubble gum candy cigarettes? I miss those.


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