The FDA has extended the deadline for public comments about warning labels and childproof packaging when it comes to e-cigarette packaging.
According to The Hill, public comments were due by the end of August, but the agency was asked to extent the deadline. They will now be accepting comments until the end of September, before issuing a ruling.
As we have been reporting, there has been much concern over e-cigarette packaging after a large number of poison control center reports involving children.
Many states have introduced, and passed, laws to address the topic, but have expressed that it should be regulated by the FDA.