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Juul Labs injected $3 million in July into a campaign to undo its hometown’s looming e-cigarette ban, tripling the size of the campaign’s warchest. The money goes to the Coalition for Reasonable Vaping Regulation, a Juul-backed organization established in May to combat San Francisco’s first-of-its-kind legislation that would halt the sale of e-cigarettes. The coalition reported the latest infusion in a filing to the San Francisco Ethics Commission on Monday, bringing Juul’s total contributions for the year up to $4.5 million. Nate Allbee, the coalition’s communications director, told Forbes that the money will fund a traditional campaign comprising advertisements and canvassing.