The market for E-Cigarettes has soared since its launch in 2010... and now sales are predicted to surpass regular cigarettes in the next decade. Today, the Food and Drug administration announced new rules surrounding the product... like disclosing ingredients and warning labels with health risks. Channel 4's Tarik Minor talked to anti-smoking advocates and national representatives for e-cigarettes... who seem to welcome the new rules. 3 3 00-510-151:30-342:08-2:132:17- 2:22LOOKLIVE INTRO - 21:22:29"these new rules require the manufactures of e-cigarrettes to first seek federal approval, and they also ban the sale of ecigarettes to minors.PKG - Tobacco use remains the leading preventable cause of death in the United States, but far less is known about the health effects of E- cigarettes. Exactly how was the product made, and precisely where do the ingredients come from? They're questions, the FDA plans on answering, announcing new regulations. :56"it's been 4 years of zero regulation for this industry which is not a good thing if your looking for growth or consistency and reliability for any particular category, Ray Story who works for The Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association, says the new federal regulations, legitimize the E-Cigarrette industry.Story says 4 years ago, E-cigarettes were viewed as device used to smoke illegal drugs. He's says the FDA's restrictions, put new pressure on manufacturers. 1:31"they're going to have provide a manufacturing standards, how the product was made, where it was made they're going to have to have safety packaging, age verification, face to face as well as online." 21;15:03"we've waited a long time for this to happen. Lynette Kennisson with Tobacco Free Florida says there's a perception among ecigarette smokers, that they can help fight the addiction to regular cigarettes.She hopes the FDA's rules will uncover the truth. 21:16:03"certainly people say using cigarettes is a cigarette cessation tool. Well, that certainly is a health claim and companies should not make health claims without substantial research behind it."We spoke with the owner the New Leaf Vapor company by phone who's still reviewing the 240 page release from the government.Ben Hughlett says "Responsible regulation is welcomed to the point that it not limit the accessibility of effective products for adult smokers. Over regulation would be a step back for public health."Citing far fewer health concerns than cigarettes.This former E- cigarette smoker points out, tobaccos harmful regardless of how you inhale it. 21:19:30"to be honest we should be moving away from cigarettes and not supplementing cigarettes LOOKLIVE CLOSE - 21:23:18"The FDA is also looking to control pipe tobaccos, cigars and hookas."