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Its tradition at Christmas time for employers to pay their workforce a little token of appreciation by maybe padding out their December pay packet a little, Okwu Nnabuike, National Publicity Secretary, And I just remember I almost punched him,Franken originally hoped this picture would be ‘funny’ when it was snapped back in 2006.Thursday Franken released a statement saying he doesn’t remember the ‘rehearsal’ kiss like Leeann but says ‘ I feel disgusted with myself’Senators Mitch McConnell Senator Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp call for an ethics investigation Many here at home say they are disappointed by Senator Franken’s actions We asked Minnesotans whether they think he should step down Some say his next action should be stepping down"There is nothing funny about this picture it’s just disgusting" said Kobe Malone"If it wasn’t a joke to her that’s all that really matters" said Emily Aman Moorhead"Nobody should get away with something like that" said Jesse Helgeson"I feel like they have to figure out if it’s true or not" said Cheyenne OlienOthers want more answers with an investigation"I think we need to find out a little more before we go so far as to say But something needs to happen" said Evan FosterMinnesotans in the valley said the picture and accusations bring up a worrying trend surrounding sexual harassment"I think it’s becoming more and more of a problem everyday" said Sydney BeckerSenator Franken says he will plans to cooperate with an investigation into his actionsA school system in New Jersey installed detectors in its high schools to digitally alert administrators to students looking for their next "rip"And recently in Fairfax County Virginia students broke into vape shops looking to score some nicotineThose are just some of the consequences school administrators and law enforcement officials across the country are confronting as Juul e-cigarette devices have exploded in popularity among teens Parents principals and police struggle with underage use worried the novelty of the slim e-cigarettes that look like USB drives and their fruity nicotine pods will create a new generation of addicted smokers"The problem with the juuling device is they say they are manufactured for adults but it is manufactured in a way that appeals to children" said Deborah Wheeler superintendent of the Upper Dublin school district in eastern Pennsylvania The school system has banned USB memory sticks because students were charging their Juuls with school-issued laptops "Students don’t realize it is still dangerous and harmful to their health"The FDA shares the alarm with federal regulators calling the trend "disturbing" as they recently demanded the manufacturer explain why its products have attracted so many minorsSchool administrators say the items are insidious because they are easy to hide and virtually smokeless With nicotine pods that come in flavors including "fruit medley" "cool cucumber" and "creme brulee" the smell that briefly lingers from burning pods can be mistaken for candy or gum"The size of these things make it possible for students who are adept at using them to conceal them easily" said Bob Mosier a spokesman for Anne Arundel County Schools in Maryland The district includes Broadneck High School whose principal ordered the doors removed from bathroom stalls that couldn’t be seen from hallways"We have anecdotally heard stories of students doing it in class" Mosier said "You can put your hand to your mouth inhale and blow into your sweatshirt" Though parents and adults worry the sleek design and fruit flavors are intended to attract minors company officials said they created the product for adults looking to transition from cigarettes"We know adult smokers who want to switch do not want to be reminded of combustible cigarettes" a Juul Labs spokeswoman said in a statement "JUUL’s rectangular shape is a prime example of our intention to develop something different than a cigarette to help current adult smokers switch"The statement also said that flavors are important for adult smokers looking to quit cigarettes because they don’t want to be reminded of tobacco"We cannot be more emphatic on this point however: No young person or non-nicotine user should ever try JUUL" the company statement saidSales have skyrocketed since the company launched in 2015 The San Francisco-based firm represents nearly 55 percent of the e-cigarette market according to data from Wells FargoSchool administrators law enforcement officials and health workers said the increase in underage use became particularly marked this year with students openly posting and sharing photos about Juuling on social media"Hate when I see people using the toilets in the JUUL room at school" one person posted on Twitter along side a facepalm emoji"you guys need to stop using the big stall in the bathroom to juul because i need to poop" said another studentThe devices cost about $50 each and can be charged through a USB port Users insert a flavored pod into the unit and simply take a draw to start smoking Each pod – roughly $20 for a box of four – contains about the same amount of nicotine as a pack of cigarettesJenny Sexton a substance-abuse counselor for Arlington County schools in Virginia worries students may mistake the fruity flavors of the Juul pods for a benign product when they’re actually filled with nicotine and can be reloaded with THC oil (an extract of marijuana) or unregulated substances"The youth will share them and they use this and we’re concerned that they’re consuming something with high levels of nicotine and may not be aware of it" Sexton saidIn a survey that the tobacco-free Truth Initiative conducted of 15-to-24-year-olds a quarter of respondents recognized a Juul e-cigarette when shown a photo of the product But 63 percent of users didn’t know the product always contains nicotineSexton tells parents to monitor their online shopping accounts and credit cards in case children have been buying the products without their knowledge including at the many online shops that simply ask customers to check a box saying that they’re over 18Mark Lamagna a manager at Vape Ink in Rockville Maryland said about 100 teens try to come into the store each week mostly to buy Juuls The store in a strip mall near Richard Montgomery High School trained employees to check for IDs spot underage customers and be on the lookout for fake driver’s licenses Lamagna said often times the students who tend to show up at the store in big groups end up leaving after employees ask them to present identification"The kids that have school hoodies on or anything like that we definitely have to check ID" Lamagna saidBut when it comes to adults Juul is "appealing mainly because a lot of people are trying to quit cigarettes and it’s hard to imitate the way it feels" in products meant to wean them off Lamagna said "For the most part Juul has taken a step up and made it so it would be pretty similar to an exact hit of a cigarette but without the carcinogens and without the harmful chemicals"There is little solid research covering the long-term effects of e-cigarette or Juul use but health officials are concerned because the products still contain nicotine and could eventually get underage users hooked on traditional cigarettes according to the Campaign for Tobacco-Free KidsSgt Brett Choyce who supervises school resource officers with Fairfax County police in Virginia said officers work with the school district to talk to students about the consequences of nicotine addiction"It’s one of the most addictive drugs there is" Choyce said he tells students "Once you’re hooked . you’re giving yourself a lifetime crutch"Officers also warn students who are caught Juuling and sent to school drug-diversion programs against inhaling mystery substancesIn April the US Food and Drug Administration launched a massive undercover effort to crack down on underage sales issuing 40 warning letters to stores across the country including one in Frederick County Maryland In addition to the undercover operations the FDA announced it is requiring Juul to submit its product research and marketing studies to understand why teens are drawn to the brand"We’re going to be taking more actions going forward as the blitz continues" FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb saidThe company quickly responded by announcing it would dedicate $30 million to research education and prevention efforts to keep its devices away from young peopleBut some parents say those actions have come too lateAt an Arlington County town hall on substance abuse frustrated parents recently demanded answers to how officials plan to keep Juuling out of schoolsOne mother of two teenage daughters at Yorktown High School said her children have started Juuling and get offered hits every day"If my daughters could have the Juuls turned off during high school their exposure would be down 99 percent" said the mother who asked not to be named to avoid identifying her daughtersAt the town hall portraits of those in the community who died of drug overdoses flashed on a giant screen above the stage – a brother a football star teens in caps and gownsThe mother and other parents in the audience feared that students starting to use Juuls would eventually become addicted to substances like the drugs that took the lives of those up on the screen"They text each other: ‘You want a hit in the bathroom Second floor’ " the mother said of students at her daughters’ high school "I’m worried about them"?Gardai negotiated with the 48-year-old man who eventually left the gantry before being arrested. Emergency services on scene.
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