The Food and Drug Administration is banning most flavored e-cigarettes but that isn’t stopping high school students from getting their hands on banana ice and sour gummy. When the Trump administration decided to ban fruit, mint and dessert flavors in refillable cartridge-based e-cigarettes, it carved out a few exceptions. One of them allows all flavors to continue to be sold in devices that cannot be refilled and are designed to be disposed of after the flavored nicotine has run dry. Senator Jeff Merkley, Democrat of Oregon and a longtime tobacco-control advocate, said he and 29 other senators have written to the FDA demanding the agency’s rationale for permitting disposables to stay on the market.

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