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September 21, 2004

Tobacco trial starts today

Think that the state attorneys general suits against the tobacco companies resolved the matter? Think again. Today, finally, the trial begins in the federal government's own suit, on substantially the same theories. Regulation through litigation continues...

Posted by James R. Copland at 11:29 AM | TrackBack (1)

Regulation Through Litigation



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