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Antismoking groups push for veto of R.I. e-cigarette legislation
They don’t purport to “cure” or “treat” anything. But they have proven hugely effective in getting hopelessly addicted smokers off the dreaded weed. Against the smoker’s 50pc odds of an early grave, an e-cig looks good as a first step-off. If you doubt the difficulty some have in quitting, consider the amputees whose habit has literally cost them an arm or a leg but continue to puff away after losing limbs to smoking-induced arterial disease. Today a pack-a-day smoking habit costs 200 a month, patches cost 60 while running an e-cig costs about 20. But a properly regulated e-cig would be far safer you argue?
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Mark Keenan: Will EU ruling take the puff out of e-cigarette revolution?
They also refuted critics who say the industry targets youths with flavors such as EctoCooler and Hawaiian Punch. Lisa Ciarlone, founder of Vaporetti, a Pawtucket-based e-cigarette company, said Rhode Island and other states are right to enact their own laws until the federal government comes out with its long-awaited regulations. Just do something to protect the kids, you know? Louis Del Sesto, who runs ECIG Shed, a store in Barrington, said he believes the product, which has nicotine but no tobacco, is healthier than traditional cigarettes and therefore should not be taxed and or regulated like it. I got into this business knowing that it was helping me, he said. My lungs were so bad when I was a smoker that it used to sound like I ate Pop Rocks candy.
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