By Emily Field (September 20, 2016, 9:05 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration wasted no time in exercising its authority over newly regulated e-cigarettes and other tobacco products, marking the end of summer by sending out a bounty of warning letters to dozens of retailers over sales to minors.
A month after a final rule took effect that extended the FDA's authority to all tobacco products, including e-liquids and cigars, the agency sent out an eye-popping total of 55 warning letters to tobacco retailers that the FDA says are still selling to minors. These are the first such warning letters the agency has sent since the rule became...
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