FDA considers latest prohibition boondoggle: banning menthol cigarettesPolice State USA
Oct. 22, 2013
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MentholCigarettesWhen something is “bad” for us, is it a legitimate role of government to ban it? And if so, what are the implications of such a ban? These are the fundamental questions that need to be asking as we approach the issue of the FDA pushing to ban menthol cigarettes.