Compromise Tobacco Bill Vote -- NPR's Brian Naylor reports the Senate Commerce Committee is expected to vote this week on a compromise tobacco bill that would limit damage judgements against cigarette makers to $6.5 billion a year. The tobacco industry say they'll fight it. Public health advocates also oppose the measure.
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Compromise Tobacco Bill Vote

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Compromise Tobacco Bill Vote

Compromise Tobacco Bill Vote

Compromise Tobacco Bill Vote

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— NPR's Brian Naylor reports the Senate Commerce Committee is expected to vote this week on a compromise tobacco bill that would limit damage judgements against cigarette makers to $6.5 billion a year. The tobacco industry say they'll fight it. Public health advocates also oppose the measure.