Juul To Pay $438 Million To Settle Probe Into Underage Marketing Scheme

Electronic cigarette monster Juul Labs consented to pay $438.5 million on Tuesday

to settle a claim brought by 33 states and Puerto Rico, 

finishing a two-year examination concerning claims the organization promoted its nicotine items to teens

Juul should likewise consent to "severe injunctive terms seriously 

restricting their promoting and deals works on," as per an official 

statement from Connecticut Attorney General William Tong,

who drove the examination alongside Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum.