Makers of the juul should not be responsible for teenagers illegally using their product because it says it itself "illegaly" its not like the people at the stores are selling them to teenagers but teens these days are slick about everything at the most part. they normally find an adult to purchase it for them.
The makers of the Juul should be held responsible for teenage use of their products. The advertisements target the teenage age group with the flavors and portraying young people in their commercials.
In the article it states "Experts say that the brand's many flavors such as mango and mint make it an attractive product for younger users.
I don't think that the Juul makers should be held responsible. I don't think this because everyone can get ahold of something that they aren't legally allowed to have. Minors still get alcohol, cigarettes, etc. All it takes is for someone of age to buy it for them, so Juul's aren't the only thing that people underage are doing that their not legally allowed to do.
Juul makers should not be held responsible for minors getting Juuls. Everything that has a certain age requirement will sooner or later be in the hands of someone under that age. Alcohol, cigarettes, vapes, etc, are all examples of things that are only for people ages 18 or 21+, yet I know more minors doing those things than I do adults. I think that if anyone is going to be held responsible, it should be the people contributing the Juuls to the teens.
The makers of Juul be held responsible for the illegal use of teens? No, because no matter what they do people of age being 18 or 21 can buy the product, and still sell them to the teenagers no matter what happens. This is how some teens get their Juul's or any other illegal things like alcohol for example. Our teens now know that the cigarettes are not good for us so they go to a more portable and easier way to use something like a Juul. If Juul wants to not be held responsible for the illegal use of minors, then some ads that they're targeting us as a whole, but no matter what the older group can and or will sell to the minority group.
The makers of the e-cigarette, JUUL, should not be held accountable for teenagers using their product because teens have been using tobacco products since tobacco products have been available. In my personal beliefs, the makers of the JUUL were only trying to make an alternative for adults, but marketed it in the wrong direction. The JUUL has been notorious for leaving marks on many teens by giving them with a hard to fight addiction. Just because teens have made the poor choice of using the product does not leave the company responsible because it states clearly on the box that the JUUL comes in that the product is highly addictive and should be used only by people who are of legal age.
Juul should not be held responsible for its product being used illegally because they have regulations on their website so you have to show proof that you are 21, as said in the text. the people that should be responsible are the adults that buy the product for minors. Juul makes and distributes their products to many stores around the country and sell on their website, but proof of being a certain age is supposed to be enforced at the counter of the store. If that happens or not Juul is not responsible.
Should the makers of Juuls be held responsible for teenagers using illegally. My opinion is the makers shouldn't be responsible because there just making money but either way teens are going to use them, because they see it online and they see that there popular. And kids will always find a way by having other people buy it for them. And by selling them even know there not good for them kids do not listen and plus it's easy to hide.
Should Juul makers be responsible for teenagers using the product ? No they shouldn't because teenagers send people that are of age into gas stations to buy them a Juul. Teenagers will do anything to have nicotine in their system. The author stated " At school, kids wont be able to concentrate in class because they'll need nicotine. "10 percent of people aged 15-24 both recognized and have used a juul at one point in their life.
The makers of Juuls should not be held responsible for teenagers who illegally buy their products because teens are the ones who are making the action to buy them knowing they are underage. Just like with alcohol there's an age you have to be to purchase it in stores. People can always buy it with fake id's or have someone of age buy it for them. We don't hold beer companies responsible for under age drinking so why should we blame Juul makers?
The Juul manufactures should not be held responsible for teens who abuse there device because Juul is just trying to make a alternative to quit smoking for adults. Juul is using social media to market there device because its 2018 and everyone at least has one thing of social media and a lot of teens do also, so the teens will see it no matter what.
Juul makers should not be held responsible because society is making juuls a problem. Juuls are supposed to be used by "adult smokers" to quit smoking cigarettes. Personally I had a nicotine addiction and I had smoked cigarettes. After using a juul I cut back a lot and it helped me dramatically. Then I moved on from a juul to nicotine gum and now if I chew regular gum I don't have to have the buzz. Yes juuls are attracted by younger people and are becoming a growing problem in society, but the juul owners are not to blame. Us as Americans are for letting this become an epidemic like dilemma that is affecting a lot of our youth.
The makers of juul should not be held responsible for teenagers getting a hold of this product because after it leaves the store it can get into anyone's hands. These products are sold too 18 or older people but these people that buy the juuls and sell them to minors to make a profit should be held responsible. Anyone can get ahold of something if they put there mind to it and even though it's bad for them they do it because they do it for the fun and to be cool.
The makers of the Juul should be held accountable for themselves because they are attracting teens to their products instead of traditional cigarette smokers. In the article, it stated the around 13.2% of teens use electronic vapor products, like the Juul. Dr. Mark Rubinstein, a professor of pediatrics at the University of California, states that teens will be less concentrated in the classroom because they'll be concentrated about the nicotine and that they'll withdraw.
The makers of Juuls shouldn't be held responsible for teenage use of the e-cigarettes because teens will find a way to be rebellious and find ways to deal with different issues. Juul has some of the most strict requirements of tobacco sales on their making sure that your at least 21 to purchase it. However some state laws still have the purchasing age for tobacco at 18 which means teens can still buy a Juul from a gas station or anywhere else that sales tobacco. The makers have also made it clear that the youth usage of the product is unacceptable, and have reported 12,010 incidents of illegal sells proving that they are doing their best to crack down on underage use.
Makers of the Juul should not be held responsible for teenagers who illegally use their products because he tells that cigarette flavor choices, social media and it makes more worse in a bad way. It's not good selling people of their products.