New York filed a lawsuit Tuesday against e-cigarette company Juul Labs, which the state said engaged in “years-long deceptive and illegal practices” that allegedly misrepresented the addictive nature and safety of its products.

The New York Attorney General’s Office claimed in the lawsuit that Juul has targeted its products toward children, effectively creating what it called the “teen vaping epidemic.”

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