Attorney General Kathy Jennings said that Delaware has joined a multistate investigation of JUUL Labs. The 39 state coalition is investigating the vaping company’s marketing and sales practices, as well as claims regarding nicotine content and the effectiveness of e-cigarettes as smoking cessation devices. JUUL is also being investigated for targeting youth. Young adults who use e-cigarettes are FOUR TIMES more likely to smoke regular cigarettes. Delaware recently raised the age for tobacco and vaping purchases to 21. According to the CDC, tobacco use costs Delaware more than $500 million each year in direct medical-related costs.