FDA ignores Homeland request, Homeland asks again louder
So, last month, the chair of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs wrote a sternly-worded request of the FDA for numbers and methods to which they arrived at their recommended regulations for electronic cigarettes. The committee's concerns are not just about the impact to public health, but also the economic ramifications of forcing so many small players out of the market.

Naturally, the FDA did not respond. So, Senator Ron Johnson wrote to them again, this time including a hard deadline of the 20th of this month, and this ominous warning:
If the FDA does not provide an adequate response to these inquiries, the Committee may be forced to resort to other means to compel the production of this information.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jun 7th 2016 (12:00am)
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