ROCKLIN (CBS13) — Several local school districts are suing e-cigarette maker JUUL Labs, Inc.

The separate lawsuits, which have been filed by the Davis, Chico, and Campbell school districts, accuse JUUL of “cultivating and creating an e-cigarette epidemic that disrupts the education and learning environment.”

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The lawsuits seek an injunction and abatement to stop the epidemic. Additionally, the districts are looking for compensation for financial losses due to student absences, coordinating anti-vaping outreach, and enforcement, including vape detectors and video surveillance.

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According to the CDC, more than 2,600 vaping-related illnesses and 60 deaths have been reported in the U.S. since this summer.

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The Rocklin Unified School District announced plans to file its lawsuit on Jan. 27.