Attorney General Josh Stein announced that North Carolina will receive an additional $7.8 million from Juul as part of his first-in-the-nation agreement to hold the e-cigarette maker accountable for its role in marketing and selling e-cigarettes to young people. In all, the state will receive $47.8 million.
The AG’s complaint cited the reporting of Yasmin Bendaas and EdNC. “We appreciated that Yasmin’s reporting helped educate the public about the impacts of the youth vaping crisis,” Stein has said previously.
The Professional Educator Preparation and Standards Commission (PEPSC) will hold a hybrid (online and in-person) meeting on Thursday, December 14 at 3:30 p.m.
Grants are open for ZSR’s Community Progress Fund. If you are a local organization or have an idea or project that needs an extra boost, take a look.
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