Kathleen Kane found guilty; then the future of vaping

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    Guests: Katie Colenari, Jilian Mincer, Michael Siegel, Sean McCormick

    Just last week, the FDA issued new regulations on e-cigarette producers. “Vaping” companies and enthusiasts claim these new regulations will be the death of the e-cigarette industry, but others believe the guidelines are long over-due. This hour, Marty will be joined by JILIAN MINCER, health editor at Reuters, to learn more about the new regulations. And, for a debate about the controversial practice, we’ll be joined by MICHAEL SIEGEL, professor at Boston University’s School of Public Health, who supports vaping, and by SEAN McCORMICK, program manager for Tobacco Control and Prevention at the Health Promotion Council, who has concerns about the trend.  But first, we’ll hear about Pa. Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s guilty verdict when we talk with WHYY reporter KATIE COLENARI.

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