How car access impacts health access in the Twin Cities
Black households in the Twin Cities are four times more likely to be carless than their white counterparts, with more than 20% reporting that they don't have a vehicle, per the National Equity Atlas.
Why it matters: Cars can help people get to jobs, groceries and other commitments. But they're also a key driver of access to health care, Axios' Adriel Bettelheim reports.
Juul to pay Minnesota $60.5 million in teen vaping lawsuit settlement
Juul Labs and Altria will pay the state of Minnesota $60.5 million in what state officials hailed as the largest per-capita teen vaping settlement to date.
Why it matters: The bulk of the money is expected to go toward education and prevention programs aimed at curbing teen tobacco use, state officials said.
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