Bruce Linton On Vaping Regulations That Could Be ‘Better For Public Safety’

A seventh person has died in the U.S. from what appears to vaping-related causes — but a growing regulatory pushback could have the opposite effect of helping consumers, according to ex-Canopy Growth Corp (NYSE: CGC) CEO Bruce Linton.

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If state or federal authorities start cracking down on the vaping industry, it could make dangerous products more prevalent in the market, Linton said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Tuesday.

“My worry is that when regulators say we’re going to try to stop vaping, what really is going to happen is more of those products that don’t come from a regulated …

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