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Juul announced Thursday it would introduce a new age-verification system at the point of sale aimed at keeping its products out of minors’ hands, the e-cigarette giant’s latest attempt to distance itself from allegations that it caters to teens. Juul, which controls about 75% of the American e-cigarette market, will sweeten the deal by offering more than $100 million in incentives to stores that adopt the standards by May 2021, and plans to stop distributing products to retailers that don’t comply by then.