WASHINGTON (WTVD) -- The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) wants to raise the age to legally buy cigarettes nationwide to 21.
That includes all tobacco products and e-cigarettes.
Right now, only Hawaii and about 90 other cities and communities enforce a 21-year-old age limit.
The recommendation was among more than two-dozen released Monday by the nation's leading pediatrics group.
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Another recommendation would outlaw flavors like grape and cotton candy added to tobacco products.
The group also urged the FDA to regulate e-cigarettes like it does other tobacco products.