Louisiana Tobacco Case Ends in Mixed Verdict A New Orleans jury rules that cigarette makers should not have to pay for medical monitoring for 1.5 million Louisiana smokers, but agrees the tobacco industry should pay for smoking-cessation clinics. Hear NPR's Debbie Elliott.
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Louisiana Tobacco Case Ends in Mixed Verdict

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Louisiana Tobacco Case Ends in Mixed Verdict

Louisiana Tobacco Case Ends in Mixed Verdict

Louisiana Tobacco Case Ends in Mixed Verdict

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A New Orleans jury rules that cigarette makers should not have to pay for medical monitoring for 1.5 million Louisiana smokers, but agrees the tobacco industry should pay for smoking-cessation clinics. Hear NPR's Debbie Elliott.