Controversial E-cigarette Regulation Law Sparks Criticism in Brazil

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Controversial E-cigarette Regulation Law Sparks Criticism in Brazil
Brazilian Senator Soraya Thronicke's e-cigarette regulation bill faces criticism from local media for favoring industry interests.

A proposed e-cigarette regulation bill by Senator Soraya Thronicke of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil has received criticism from a local media outlet, "Globo News." The article highlights the loopholes in Brazil's e-cigarette legislation, suggesting that it primarily serves the interests of the industry.


The article also mentions that e-cigarette manufacturers are not obligated to display images related to health hazards, as is required for cigarette packaging. It is up to the companies to decide the content of their product packaging.


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