Should E-Cig Manufacturers Love the FDA?

6743 (1)Christopher Westley writes in today’s Mises Daily:

If the purpose of anti-smoking regulation was about, you know, actually reducing smoking, then one might presume regulatory authorities would champion the emergence of smoking substitutes. But it was never about this. It was, and is, always about control, and the result is a Bizarro World in which e-cig manufacturers apparently support the use of extra-market force against the sale of their products.

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