Food and Drug Administration  |  May 30, 2018

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FDA should set the maximum level of nicotine for cigarettes (and other similarly smoked or smoke-able tobacco products) at the very lowest level per weight of tobacco and per cigarette or stick (other than zero) that is currently achievable through available procedures or technologies. There are no public health reasons for setting the level any higher, nor any legal impediments for setting the level that low.

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