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Arizona gets court order blocking vaping firm's products

Posted at 6:02 AM, Feb 21, 2020

PHOENIX - Arizona's attorney general has obtained an injunction against a New Jersey-based vaping company he recently sued that bars it from marketing or selling any of its products in the state.

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced he had obtained the injunction against Eonsmoke on Thursday. Brnovich sued Eonsmoke and e-cigarette giant Juul Labs last month. He says they violated state consumer fraud laws and targeted youth with their products.

The lawsuit said that while Juul Labs suspended its flavored nicotine product marketing, Eonsmoke doubled down on its efforts to sell flavored vape cartridges. Eonsmoke hasn't responded to requests for comment.