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New York AG announces CNY funding from settlement with JUUL over youth vaping

Letitia James
Surrounded by local and state and school officials, New York Attorney General Letitia James holds the ceremonial check for $4.7 million, which involves funding from the settlement with JUUL Labs Inc. over its role in youth vaping and the rise in underage e-cigarette use nationwide. James announced the Central New York award amount during a June 18 visit to Public Service Leadership Academy at Fowler High School. ERIC REINHARDT / CNYBJ

SYRACUSE — Counties in Central New York, the Mohawk Valley, the North Country, and Southern Tier, along with BOCES in each region, are getting millions from the state’s settlement with JUUL Labs Inc. for its role in the youth vaping “epidemic.” Central New York is getting $4.7 million; the Mohawk Valley, $3.4 million; the North […]

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