CHICAGO (WLS) -- The number of young people using e-cigarettes has tripled in two years - and now Illinois' Attorney General is calling on the FDA to do something about it.
Lisa Madigan, along with 33 other attorney generals, want warning labels and child-proof packaging on the e-cigs, similar to real cigarettes.
They say that would decrease the number of kids using e-cigarettes, especially in the candy and fruit forms.
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