White House may be softening its stance on banning flavored e-cigs

Monday marked exactly two months since Health Secretary Alex Azar said the Trump Administration would act to remove flavored e-cigarettes from the market, including everything except tobacco flavor. President Trump signaled that guidance could be coming this week, but there are some signs that the administration may be softening its stance, allowing menthol to remain, and potentially excluding vape shops from the flavor ban. CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports.
Mon, Nov 11 20198:27 AM EST