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After decades, bill to regulate tobacco as a 'drug' may become law

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A long-stalled bill vehemently opposed by the tobacco industry is set to move forward in Congress, which would grant the FDA power to regulate cigarette additives. It would not, however, allow the FDA to ban nicotine.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Regulating tobacco additives won't stop smoking. And that's what's scary.

Tobacco companies simply want to make money. The additives they use (sometimes foolishly) are designed to make or save them money.

The government wants to enslave you. What additives will go into tobacco if THEY rule?



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