Smokeless E-Cigs Still A Drug: Court

The Federal Court has ruled smokeless electronic cigarettes remain a licensed drug, citing medical evidence they deliver enough nicotine to alter brain waves and raise the heart rate. One importer unsuccessfully argued that e-cigarettes contained so little nicotine they were exempt from licensing.

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