Why Tobacco Companies Are Paying to Tell You Smoking Kills

NYT, 24 November 2017
Author: Sapna Maheshwari
“The messages stem from a lawsuit brought by the Justice Department in 1999. As part of the 2006 ruling in the suit, which sought to punish cigarette makers for decades of deceiving the public about the dangers of their product, the companies were ordered to disseminate “corrective statements” centered on the health risks and addictive nature of smoking. But until now, they resisted through appeals and by wrangling over wording.”
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