Last week, I noticed two teenagers loitering outside an IKEA in New Haven, Connecticut, smoking. The only difference between now and what I might have seen five years ago was that the cigarettes were electronic. Seemingly overnight, smoking e-cigarettes has become popular. This growth has generated an active policy debate on regulation. Those who would…

This Post Is for Paid Readers Only

We hope you enjoyed this free preview. To continue reading, get full access to the ParentData archive, and receive the regular ParentData newsletter in your inbox via Substack, consider becoming a paid subscriber or upgrading your free subscription in Substack.

Once you subscribe, you will be sent an email with sign-in instructions. Be sure to check your spam folder.

Subscribe via Substack