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A crisis for our youth at school

In recent years, e-cigarette use by young people has increased at an alarming rate. Through their deceptive marketing targeted at today's youth, JUUL and other e-cigarette companies have misled a new generation of minors and young adults into becoming addicted to nicotine. The nicotine in JUUL pods and other e-cigarettes is not only extremely addictive, but also affects the development of young people whose brains do not fully develop until the age of 25. Furthermore, a large burden of this youth vaping epidemic has been put on our school's teachers and administrators, as on-campus vaping incidences have skyrocketed. Let's protect our kids and their schools from the dangers of e-cigarettes.

A rippling effect for districts

Between 2011 and 2015, e-cigarette use among high school and middle school students increased 900%. According to school districts, the surge of vaping has disrupted the learning environment and led to a rise in illness and absenteeism. Educators and staff have had to spend time, money, and resources to detect, prevent, and treat vaping on their campuses. A national survey of middle schools and high schools found that 43.3% of schools have had to implement not only an e-cigarette policy but also a JUUL-specific policy because of their popularity and resemblance to USB drives.
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California governor signs vaping epidemic executive order

"With mysterious lung illnesses and deaths on the rise, we have to educate our kids and do everything we can to tackle this crisis."
Governor Newsom
Frantz Law Group is committed to holding JUUL accountable for its detrimental role in the increased usage of e-cigarettes by our youth and the resultant damage to the learning environments of our schools.

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"Our client, with ten secondary school campuses, has projected it will cost in excess of $500,000 to install vape detectors into all their campus bathrooms."
James P. Frantz Founder of Frantz Law Group, APLC
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Frantz Law Group is committed to holding JUUL accountable for its detrimental role in the increased usage of e-cigarettes by our youth and the resultant damage to the learning environments of our schools. Please fill out the form below, and a team member at Frantz Law Group, APLC will follow up to discuss the eligibility of your school district.
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