Second-hand Smoke Rulings NPR's Debbie Elliott reports on the ruling against a former T-W-A flight attendant who says the tobacco companies were to blame for the smoke in the airplane cabin which aggravated her lung disease. This is the third second-hand smoke case to go to trial, and the third time a jury rejected the claim.

Second-hand Smoke Rulings

Second-hand Smoke Rulings

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NPR's Debbie Elliott reports on the ruling against a former T-W-A flight attendant who says the tobacco companies were to blame for the smoke in the airplane cabin which aggravated her lung disease. This is the third second-hand smoke case to go to trial, and the third time a jury rejected the claim.