• Two Kentuckians are suing Juul, the maker of the most popular e-cigarette.
  • They are part of a multidistrict litigation that now includes plaintiffs from 26 states.
  • All plaintiffs claim Juul used deceptive marketing practices to attract children and teens.

The girl from Northern Kentucky tried her first e-cigarette in sixth grade and was hooked by the next academic year, trading lunch money at school for Juul devices and flavored pods that produced an intoxicating — and highly addictive — vapor.

She swears she didn’t know the pods contained strong amounts of nicotine, a chemical that can change the course of growing brains.

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