INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has joined more than two dozen other states to demand change when it comes to electronic cigarettes.
Attorneys general from the other states want federal regulators to impose restrictions on e-cigarettes, including a ban on the more than 7,000 flavors available.
In a letter sent to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), they say limits on advertising and prohibiting flavors besides tobacco and menthol will help protect minors.
In April, the agency proposed treating e-cigarettes as tobacco products, putting them under its regulatory control.
You can read the letter sent to the FDA here.
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