According to the complaint, Gwynn started using smokeless tobacco or "dip" at age 17 while in college after receiving free samples from the company. Read more
A bill has now been passed in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that will regulate tobacco for the first time. At press time, the bill hasn’t been signed into law by the Pres... Read more
A Florida jury has awarded $30 million to a Pensacola widow in a ruling against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco. Lawyers for Benny Martin, who died of lung cancer in 1995, proved that the tobacco comp... Read more
Philip Morris has been ordered by a jury to pay $8 million in damages to the widow of a smoker who died of lung cancer. It’s being said this case could set a standard for some 8,000 similar... Read more
A consumer-advocacy group filed suit against MillerCoors LLC in an effort to have the company’s Sparks beverage removed from the Washington, D.C., market. This is the latest in the cam... Read more
For years front groups in this country have been able to operate pretty much under the public radar and have been very effective. I find, however, that lots of folks really don’t know... Read more
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