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JUUL TO PAY IOWA $5 MILLION IN TRADE PRACTICES SETTLEMENT

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ONE OF THE LEADING MANUFACTURERS OF E-CIGARETTES HAS REACHED A MONETARY SETTLEMENT WITH IOWA OVER ITS ADVERTISING PRACTICES.

IOWA ATTORNEY GENERAL TOM MILLER SAYS JUUL LABS HAS AGREED TO PAY $5 MILLION DOLLARS OVER FOUR YEARS AND WILL REVAMP ITS TARGETED ADVERTISING IN IOWA UNDER A SETTLEMENT REACHED WITH THE STATE.

MILLER ALLEGED THAT JUUL EXPOSED IOWANS UNDER THE AGE OF 21 TO ITS ELECTRONIC NICOTINE DELIVERY SYSTEM, A VIOLATION OF IOWA’S DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES ACT.