Sen. Brown said he was scheduled to meet later in the day with the head of the FDA, and that he would urge a ban on sales and marketing efforts to children.
E-cigs aren’t governed by federal laws that apply to regular cigarettes, which prohibit their sale to minors and prohibit ads on television and radio, the Ohio Democrat noted in a telephone conference call with reporters.
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