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Giving consumers the chance to amend a class action against e-cigarette maker JUUL Labs, a federal judge dismissed claims  of falsely advertising and labeling, but let stand the claim that JUUL misrepresents the amount of nicotine in its vapor pods as 5 percent, rather than 6.2 percent.

SAN FRANCISCO — Giving consumers the chance to amend a class action against e-cigarette maker JUUL Labs, a federal judge dismissed claims  of falsely advertising and labeling, but let stand the claim that JUUL misrepresents the amount of nicotine in its vapor pods as 5 percent, rather than 6.2 percent.

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