The Walgreen's chain of drug stores will cease selling electronic cigarettes.

Walgreen’s announced Wednesday that it is joining retailers that have decided to stop selling e-cigarette products.

“We have made the decision to stop selling e-cigarette products at our stores nationwide as the CDC, FDA and other health officials continue to examine the issue,” the company said in a statement.

“This decision is also reflective of developing regulations in a growing number of states and municipalities.”

Walmart, the nation’s largest retailer, said that month that it will no longer sell electronic cigarettes after current stocks are sold. The decision also applies to its Sam’s Club locations.

Both Walgreen’s and Walmart have Magnolia stores.

The Trump administration has said it wants to ban flavored vaping products due to reported heath problems related to their use.

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