That brings the number of cases up to nearly 1,500.
On Thursday, the powerhouse announced—yet again—that it was scaling back amid a national panic. Here's what it means for you.
The cannabis industry is spooked, but mostly experiencing "a huge sense of relief."
"We anticipated this being the next big thing," one lawyer on the case said.
Politicians are panicked in a state near you.
Advocates expected a court ruling to help stem the tide of War on Drugs-style regulation across the country.
"It sounds like JUUL just outsourced reaching out to their actual, adult customers to see if they'd be willing to advocate."
A new program in Washington treats quitting vaping like its own problem.
By dropping its "Make the Switch" slogan, the company pivots away from framing itself as an anti-smoking aid.
"At this point, it's very evident to me that what's happening is the vaping market is being taken over by Big Tobacco," one expert said.
People who vape don't check the "smoker" box on forms, and doctors are realizing they haven't been tracking their patients' habits.
Altria has already used the vape lung panic to install one of its executives as the CEO of Juul.