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Juul Continues Selling Vaping Products After FDA Stays Ban

A person uses a Juul electronic cigarette.

A person uses a Juul electronic cigarette.

Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg
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Juul Labs Inc. said it’s continuing to sell its vaping products that are at the center of an ongoing standoff with the Food and Drug Administration. 

The agency banned Juul’s products on June 23, citing a lack of evidence demonstrating the overall safety of the company’s products and noting their “disproportionate role in the rise in youth vaping.” The next day, Juul won an emergency court order temporarily blocking the FDA’s decision. In a separate action, the FDA administratively suspended its ban on Tuesday after determining there were additional scientific issues it needed to review, effectively allowing the company to continue selling its products.