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Vaping Products Under Fire for Lack of Warning Label.
Nicotine causes reproductive harm, but electronic cigarettes containing nicotine do not carry chemical warnings mandated in California. That accusation comes from the Center for Environmental Health, an advocacy organization seeking legal action against manufacturers.
The group wants e-cigarette makers to post Proposition 65 warnings — the same kind found on a wide range of consumer products — on e-cigarettes and associated paraphernalia. Prop 65 requires products sold in California to warn consumers of carcinogens and chemicals that cause reproductive harm. It sent notices to nearly 40 companies on Thursday demanding they carry Prop 65 labels and threatened to file lawsuits unless the companies post labels, recall products already sold, and pay fees based on civil penalties, which can run as high as $2,500 a day per violation.
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