would probably be something that eliminates online sales,” said Steingraber, adding that such a ban would only help the tobacco giants that sell e-cigs and already have a massive retail footprint from their traditional products. “It would be somewhat catastrophic,” he said. But White Cloud, Logic and a number of other companies welcome the prospect that the FDA regulations will include quality-control standards in e-cigarette manufacture and in the nicotine-laced liquids the devices vaporize for inhalation.
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Regal Cigs Reveals Vaping Celebrities
Katie Galan: We can make it look like the cigarette youre smoking now or we can make it funky and blue. Adam Provenzano started using the device about a year ago. Adam Provenzano, E-cig user: I quit for a while and started back up again, smoking about a pack a day. Since I started this, I havent had a cigarette which is a good thing. I know that we dont know all the facts on whats in it yet, but I do know its a lot safer than regular cigarettes. But are they? Its a burning question the U.S. government cant answer.
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An actor who has created quite a resume for himself, including two Golden Globe nominations, Quaid started his career in 1975 and has, over the course of his work, become a household name. Most recently, Quaid has performed as Sheriff Ralph Lamb on the television show Vegas. Other notable roles include Rev. Shaw Moore in the 2011 remake of Footloose, Thomas Barnes in Vantage Point, Frank Beardsley in Yours, Mine and Ours, Jack Hall in The Day After Tomorrow, Jimmy Morris in The Rookie, Frank Sullivan in Frequency, Jack Cap Rooney in Any Given Sunday, and Nick Parker in the 1998 version of The Parent Trap.
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