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Michigan's top doc: Treat e-cigarettes like traditional tobacco, ban sales to minors

LANSING, MI -- Michigan's top medical executive is concerned about the rising popularity of electronic cigarettes and is urging lawmakers to treat them like traditional tobacco products as they work to prohibit purchase, use or possession by minors.

By defining e-cigarettes as tobacco products, the state could also move to regulate indoor use in public spaces and apply existing taxes, according to Matthew Davis, chief medical executive for the Michigan Department of Community Health.

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