Study suggests taxes on e-cigarettes have an unintended consequence
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The FDA officially raised the national minimum age to buy tobacco and e-cigarettes from 18 to 21. The move was the latest in a string of recent efforts to restrict access to e-cigarettes — several states had raised the minimum age themselves, and have also imposed heavy taxes on the sale of e-cigarettes. Meanwhile, a paper out this week found that taxing the sale of e-cigarettes can have an unexpected consequence.
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