The rapidly expanding market for e-cigarettes, expected to reach $2 billion this year, has begun to raise concerns about the largely unregulated industry and its potential impact on public health.
The rapidly expanding market for e-cigarettes, expected to reach $2 billion this year, has begun to raise concerns about the largely unregulated industry and its potential impact on public health. File photo by Ed Andrieski AP
The rapidly expanding market for e-cigarettes, expected to reach $2 billion this year, has begun to raise concerns about the largely unregulated industry and its potential impact on public health. File photo by Ed Andrieski AP

Missouri enters debate over e-cigarette regulations

June 29, 2014 7:49 PM