WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration has just three days until it must finally decide which e-cigarette brands and products — including Juul — can stay on the market.
So far, the agency has only reviewed a small portion of the 6.5 million applications it has received — making it seem highly unlikely that the FDA will be able to cross this particular finish line. The FDA also hasn’t given the judge who set the Sept. 9 deadline any indication that it’s about to miss it, despite the fact that e-cigarette makers, and even another federal agency, have been begging the FDA for extensions.
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