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Now you have to vape tobacco flavors, children.
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"We anticipated this being the next big thing," one lawyer on the case said.
Politicians are panicked in a state near you.
"I didn't know anything like what happened could happen to a new mother."
This is the new normal.
A tool lots of other countries have tried is suddenly within reach in cities like Philadelphia.
"I think all these laws are the result of American capitalism."
Jeffrey Wigand blew the whistle on cigarettes in the 90s. And he's still very angry.