The once very popular vaping brand, Juul, has been ordered by the F.D.A. to stop selling its e-cigarette products. On Thursday, the Food and Drug Administration ordered Juul to stop selling e-cigarettes in the U.S. This is a huge blow to this very popular vaping company which was once blamed for the teenage vaping crisis.
The Biden Administration has since proposed a move to establish a maximum nicotine level in cigarettes and other tobacco products. This will essentially decrease the amount of nicotine in products in the US.