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The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the Food and Drug Administration’s regulation of electronic cigarettes and vape pens, turning away an opportunity to put broad new restrictions on the power of federal administrative agencies.

 
 

The appeal by a Mississippi vape shop and an industry trade group sought to invoke the so-called non-delegation doctrine, a sparingly used constitutional rule that says Congress must give clear guidance to an agency before handing off its legislative responsibilities.