Cigarettes Go Tribal at Northwest Factory A new cigarette factory has just opened up for business on an Indian reservation in near Seattle. As Tom Banse reports, cheaper cigarettes have long drawn smokers to the reservation, but the new factory is also drawing the ire of anti-smokers.
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Cigarettes Go Tribal at Northwest Factory

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Cigarettes Go Tribal at Northwest Factory

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A new cigarette factory has just opened up for business on an Indian reservation in near Seattle. As Tom Banse reports, cheaper cigarettes have long drawn smokers to the reservation, but the new factory is also drawing the ire of anti-smokers.