Juul to pay $438.5 million to settle underage vaping investigation

Juul Labs Inc. has agreed to pay at least $438.5 million in a settlement with more than 30 states, the embattled e-cigarette maker’s latest step to resolve allegations that it is marketing its products to third parties. underage users.

Under the agreement, which includes 33 states and Puerto Rico, Juul is prohibited from depicting anyone under the age of 35 in its marketing, film and television product placements, advertising on billboards and social media, selling Juul-branded merchandise, and funding educational programs in schools, Connecticut Attorney General Guillaume Tong said Tuesday at a press conference.


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