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Tobacco Companies Sue California for Anti-Smoking Ads
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Tobacco Companies Sue California for Anti-Smoking Ads

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Tobacco Companies Sue California for Anti-Smoking Ads

Tobacco Companies Sue California for Anti-Smoking Ads
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Tobacco giants RJ Reynolds and Lorillard sue the state of California in federal court, alleging the state's anti-smoking TV commercials unfairly "vilify" their executives and taint potential jury pools in tobacco cases. Hear NPR's Ina Jaffe.

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