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NACS raises concern about the lack of compliance data in vape shops.
North Carolina follows similar moves made by Massachusetts and the Food and Drug Administration.
NACS Show session analyzes the potential and pitfalls.
The agency inspected the e-cigarette manufacturer's San Francisco headquarters in late September.
Twenty-one companies received letters concerning items that may be marketed outside the agency's compliance policy.
Mark Hazelwood receives 150 months in prison and is fined $750,000.
Commissioner Scott Gottlieb says the move is on the table, just two weeks after signaling a similar possible fate for flavors.
Tobacco 21 measures continue to dominate regulatory moves.
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. submitted the reduced-risk application in 2017.
The latest agreement amends a 2012 deal, but does not address efforts to change network rules.
Commissioner Scott Gottlieb signals the agency could re-examine flavored vapor products.
The settlement will benefit about 2,300 current and former employees who invested their retirement savings in the retailer's stock.