The Washington Post   |  March 24, 2019

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In their Oct. 12, 2018, op-ed, “We must keep e-cigarettes from kids,” Health and Human Services Secretary Alex M. Azar and Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said implementing a new rule to minimize nicotine levels in cigarettes and other smoked tobacco products was the FDA’s top tobacco-control priority. That would have prompted millions of smokers to quit or move to e-cigarettes and would have eliminated any risk that the children becoming addicted to e-cigarettes would move on to deadlier smoking.

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