Juul’s CEO Says, “Sorry” While Juul Gets Enough Cignatures to Overturn San Francisco Ban

File this under “Uber-Hypocrisy.”

“Juul CEO tells parents ‘I’m sorry’ amid teen vaping ‘epidemic’” (/2019/07/im-sorry-doesnt-quite-cut-it-after-poisoning-kids-does-it/).

“Juul-backed measure to overturn SF’s vaping sales ban qualifies for November ballot” (https://www.sfexaminer.com/the-city/juul-backed-measure-to-overturn-sfs-vaping-sales-ban-qualifies-for-november-ballot/).

Where I come from “Sorry” does not mean doing what is necessary to do more of the same of what you are allegedly sorry for doing.

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