Letter: There is a difference between cigarettes and e-cigarettes
In America we make laws based on facts, not hearsay. The FDA, National Institutes of Health (our government) and the most comprehensive study to date by Drexel University have all shown that the levels of "potentially hazardous chemicals that impact health" emitted from e-cigarettes are far below standards of indoor air quality.
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