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A bipartisan coalition of 31 state attorneys general is asking the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to regulate non-tobacco nicotine products, also known as synthetic nicotine.

In a letter to the agency, the attorneys general urged the FDA to reject marketing authorization for all non-tobacco nicotine products, which are currently being sold without regulatory constraints on their contents, manufacturing, health effects, or marketing claims.

Should the FDA grant marketing authorization to such products, the coalition wants the agency to the same restrictions required of tobacco-derived nicotine products.