Tobacco should be harder to buy, Quit Victoria study finds
Did big tobacco grow a big heart, or is its latest warnings to consumers about e-cigarettes merely a cynical way to inoculate tobacco companies from further lawsuits?
Some of the largest ones are now slapping extra-strong warning labels on their electronic cigarette products. That sounds surprising at first, given that cigarette companies have been linked to products that the CDC claims are responsible for nearly half a million American deaths each year. But e-cigarettes are growing fast. In fact, according to Wells Fargo, the e-cigarette market now makes up about $1 billion in annual revenue and could overtake traditional cigarettes in the coming decades.
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