Schools across the country are so fed up with students vaping on campus that they're suing the e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs. Multiple districts filed lawsuits on Monday, including school systems in Olathe, Kan.; St. Charles, Mo.; Long Island, N.Y.; and La Conner, Wash. Three of those suits charge that Juul has hooked a generation of young smokers with its sweet flavors, placing a burden on schools. "You can't tell me that having flavors like bubblegum and grape is not trying to entice our kids to do something they know is unhealthy," said Shannon Wickliffe, the president of the Olathe Public Schools Board of Education. "I understand it as a business strategy, but I think it's kind of disgusting that you would try to addict our children knowing...
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School Districts Sue Juul, Saying Student Vaping Drains Resources