Florida Becoming Hub for Illegal E-Cigarettes Containing Fentanyl

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Florida Becoming Hub for Illegal E-Cigarettes Containing Fentanyl
Florida becomes a hub for illegal e-cigarette products containing fentanyl, prompting government and business leaders to seek federal assistance.

According to a report by WCTV on August 18th, the state of Florida in the United States is emerging as a hub for illegal e-cigarette products, which may potentially contain fentanyl.


The government and business leaders in Florida are currently urging the federal government to assist in resolving this issue. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently issuing warnings to dozens of stores selling unapproved disposable e-cigarettes.


Many stores located near the 15 ports in Florida have received this warning, which has also raised concerns among the Florida Ports Authority.


Mike Rubin, Chairman of the Florida Ports Council, stated, "I believe we have witnessed a surge in illicit goods throughout the entire state.

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