U.S. House Panel Presses Juul in Teen Vaping InvestigationMore
(Bloomberg) — A U.S. House subcommittee is requesting documents from Juul Labs Inc. as part of a congressional investigation into e-cigarette use by teenagers, according to a letter from the panel’s chairman to the company’s chief executive officer.
Representative Raja Krishnamoorthi asked Juul CEO Kevin Burns for information, including records of marketing strategy and advertising campaigns, as well as internal communication regarding the impact on minors. The U.S. representative from Illinois, who serves as chairman of a House Oversight and Reform subcommittee, said Juul is a “primary cause” of the youth vaping epidemic.
A spokesman for Juul said the company received the letter and will cooperate with the investigation. “We share the subcommittee’s concerns about youth vaping and