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ICYMI, July 27, 2018

July 27, 2018

Users sue Juul for addicting them to nicotime

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Users sue Juul for addicting them to nicotine
MONDAY, July 23, 2018 (Wired) — Juul Labs, the San Francisco-based e-cigarette company, is under pressure from parents, schools, public health advocates, lawmakers, and the Food and Drug Administration for its popularity with younger users, who have gravitated to Juul’s discrete rechargeable vaping device and nicotine pods in flavors like mango and fruit medley. Now come the lawsuits.

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