Tobacco Deal Hearing N-P-R's Elizabeth Arnold reports that yesterday the Senate Judiciary Committee began a preliminary briefing on the tobacco settlment. During the contentious hearing senators questioned whether the deal gave up too much F-D-A power and suggested that tobacco executives had lied under oath when they claimed nicotine is not addictive.
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Tobacco Deal Hearing

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Tobacco Deal Hearing

Tobacco Deal Hearing

Tobacco Deal Hearing

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N-P-R's Elizabeth Arnold reports that yesterday the Senate Judiciary Committee began a preliminary briefing on the tobacco settlment. During the contentious hearing senators questioned whether the deal gave up too much F-D-A power and suggested that tobacco executives had lied under oath when they claimed nicotine is not addictive.