With the newest nicotine-delivery trend sweeping the nation, calls for common-sense regulation are both warranted and necessary.
Last week, e-cigarette regulations burst upon the political stage of the western world. The European Parliament, representing the 28 European Union nations, approved tough new rules regulating the e-cigarette market. Following the move, Democrats in the U.S. Senate proposed a bill to ban marketing of e-cigarettes to minors.
The moves in Europe and the United States have sparked a conversation about the appropriate way to regulate the newest, en vogue way to get a nicotine fix. What do you think?