The lawsuit alleges that young people were targeted by the e-cigarette maker.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The North Hills School District has filed a lawsuit against Juul.

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According to the Tribune-Review, the district alleges that the e-cigarette maker purposely targeted its products to young people, forcing the district to reallocate resources to battle what the CDC is calling an ‘epidemic.’

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Nine other complaints have been filed in Western Pennsylvania.

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The North Hills School District complaint includes claims for public nuisance, negligence, and racketeering.