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Child-Resistant Packaging

Sale of liquid nicotine restricted

N.Y. Gen. Bus. Law §399-gg prohibits the sale of liquid nicotine unless it is packaged in a child-resistant bottle. Liquid nicotine is defined in N.Y. Public Health Law §1399-cc as a liquid composed of nicotine and other chemicals, and which is sold as a product that may be used in an electronic cigarette.

 

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