FDA Says Juul-ing is NOT Cool
Following months of complaints from politicians, school administrators and parents, federal agencies have begun cracking down on underage use of the popular e-cigarette brand Juul. As of Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration has issued warnings to 40 retail and online stores. This is part of a nationwide effort against the illegal sale of Juul to minors. Juul has become popular among teenagers thanks to its semblance to a small flash drive, making it easy to vape in school and in public. Apparently, the San Francisco-based company monitors all retailers to ensure they follow the law.
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