BOULDER — Boulder County joined up with Denver, Jefferson, Eagle and Pitkin counties, along side some other jurisdictions throughout the U.S., in suing vape maker JUUL Labs Inc. for leading to the use that is rapid of by minors.
In a lawsuit filed within the U.S. District Court of Colorado on Friday, Boulder County argues Juul’s advertising contributed up to a increase in teenage e-cigarette use, pointing to surveys showing how many senior school pupils that have tried the smoke alternative rose from 14.5per cent in 2013 to 48.7percent in 2017.
Particularly, it alleges Juul and its particular affiliates of racketeering by attempting to entice teenagers to utilize their products or services while publicly denying the possibility negative health effects. A passage within the suit claims an agent for Juul presumably contacted Nederland Middle-Senior senior school in January 2018 to supply free classes to teach students alternative means of working with anxiety, an offer viewed as in bad faith. Continue reading “Boulder County sues Juul for so-called racketeering”