Here are the top political headlines from BostonGlobe.com today:
FDA should get tough on e-cigarettes: The Food and Drug Administration’s weak rules on electronic cigarettes came under a new round of criticism last week, writes columnist Derrick Z. Jackson.
John Tierney's vulnerable incumbency: Rep. John Tierney is considered the most politically vulnerable of the Mass. delegation and one of the most at-risk incumbents in the nation, writes columnist Thomas Farragher.
Beacon Hill group aims to stop disabled ramps: Boston's Mayor says it's the law, but the neighborhood’s civic association says handicap ramps would mar the area’s historic character. David Abel and Travis Andersen report on the latest.
Gubernatorial candidates weigh lowering sales tax: Another year, another sales tax holiday this weekend, which always makes me ask: When will the state give us a real break and roll back the sales tax to 5 percent? Columnist Shirley Leung commentates.