Arizona's Tobacco Lawsuit

Mark Moran of member station KJZZ in Phoenix reports on Arizona''s continuing half billion dollar lawsuit against cigarette makers. Attorneys for tobacco companies have now demanded textbooks used during the 1950s from the state''s largest school districts. They say those books and other lesson plans were used to educate students about the risks of smoking. But school officials in Arizona says the request only amounts to harassment.



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