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SAN FRANCISCO — A federal court in California granted preliminary approval of a $1.75 million settlement in a class action against Juul brought by campaign workers hired to canvass for a proposition that would have overturned a San Francisco ordinance that suspended the sale of electronic cigarettes. The plaintiffs claim defendants violated state and federal laws by failing to provide compliant pay statements and “pay workers for all hours worked and immediately upon discharge.”

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