"At this point, it's very evident to me that what's happening is the vaping market is being taken over by Big Tobacco," one expert said.
"I'm not exaggerating when I say that I talk to at least 10 families a day," one lawyer said.
"It is absurd that Walmart would stop selling e-cigarettes but continue to sell real ones, which kill 400,000 Americans each year."
It seems awful strange to some experts that the feds are rushing to ban menthol e-cigs even as deadly menthol cigarettes remain on the market.
Some e-cig industry people in Florida said they were actually registering to vote against the president in response to the move.
Jeffrey Wigand blew the whistle on cigarettes in the 90s. And he's still very angry.
Both sides are claiming the mantle of harm reduction in a fight with stakes for e-cigs across the country.
Facing pressure from the FDA, the company just announced it's going to stop selling mango, creme, fruit, and cucumber pods in stores.
This is embarrassing.