Tobacco

Daniel speaks with NPR''s Richard Harris about the ruling by a federal judge that the Environmental Protection Agency acted improperly five years ago when it declared that second-hand smoke is a known cause of human cancer. Judge Thomas Osteen from North Carolina concluded that the tobacco industry should have been represented during the review process and that the studies were based on poor scientific analysis.

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