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Healey on Juul: "We Are Going to Make Them Pay"

Attorney General Maura Healey said Juul internal documents show the company intentionally targeted "young people" with advertising material. [Photo: Chris Van Buskirk/SHNS]

In February 2018, vaping and e-cigarette giant Juul canceled an order that was to be shipped to Milton because of an issue that came up in verifying that the recipient was at least 21 years old, the minimum age to buy tobacco products in the town.

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