The Chamber's board of directors is out of step with its lobbying positions, the Democrats say.
The rule allows FDA to regulate cigars and e-cigarettes like traditional tobacco products.
One in 4 high school students used tobacco, with e-cigs being the popular product.
Health advocates are urging the governor to sign the measure into law.
An appeals court sided with the FDA in a battle over regulating methonol cigarettes.
The companies are accused of selling products containing high levels of cancer-causing chemicals.
The industry argues vapor products are safer than traditional cigarettes.
The rule would also subject cigars to new restrictions.
It's been nearly 17 months since the FDA first proposed regulating all tobacco products.
The company has ordered R.J. Reynolds to stop selling and distributing four brands.
Retailer says its decision to stop selling tobacco had an effect across the industry.
The agency sent warning letters to three companies about illegal labeling.
Boxer said she's hoping the results of the study will benefit new regulations.
The FDA claims it will be unable to review harmful products already on store shelves.
In a letter, 30 groups asked for the president's help.
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network says the deal takes on big tobacco.
More than half of all middle and high school students saw ads in stores.
Report found 27.9 percent of the uninsured smoke even as overall rates drop.
Sen. Patty Murray calls the suspected leak a "serious concern."
The North Carolinians say the issue could threaten the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The National Park Service is under pressure to reverse its decision to ban electronic cigarettes in...
Smokeless tobacco use in Major League Baseball is said to be contributing to the trend.
Industry is hailing a UK study that claims their products are safer than tobacco cigarettes.
Britain's Health Department said e-cigs could be a tool to help people quit smoking.