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Why such hatred toward America's freedom of religion?
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Topic - Jason Healy
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing has signed blu eCigs to sponsor the IndyCar team this season.
The Food and Drug Administration said Monday it plans to regulate smokeless electronic cigarettes as tobacco products and won't try to regulate them under stricter rules for drug-delivery devices.
Jason Healy, president of North Carolina-based blu eCigs, said Wednesday the e-cigarette company has "seen a very positive response by fans and crew alike from our previous involvement in motorsports."
Right now, "you can potentially sell snake oil," Mr. Healy said.