Pennsylvania sues Juul over marketing e-cigarettes to teens

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP)-- The Pennsylvania attorney general's office is suing electronic cigarette manufacturer Juul over how its products are marketed and sold to teenagers.

The office on Monday filed a complaint in Philadelphia court, seeking an injunction to halt its e-cigarette sales in Pennsylvania force it to dramatically change business practices.

A Juul Labs Inc. spokesman says the company hasn't reviewed the complaint but wants to focus on combating underage use and converting adult smokers from traditional cigarettes.

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