By: Jordan Mickle
(LEX 18) — Kentucky will receive more than $14 million from an e-cigarette manufacturer following allegations they violated the state’s consumer protection laws.
According to a news release from Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office, JUUL Labs, Inc. engaged in deceptive marketing and sales practices. Under the agreement, JUUL’s first settlement payment of $1.3 million to Kentucky is due by December 31.
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