WASHINGTON — The clove cigarette has become something of a cliche. With its dark wrapper and strong, peculiar — and, to many, sickening — smell, it’s best known as the prop de rigueur of sullen, artistic-leaning college kids and people who read too many vampire novels. Recently, however, it has taken on a new role: […]
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