It’s been well over three years since seven New Jersey lawyers jointly won the coveted bid tosue the tobacco industry on behalf of the state.

It’s been eight months since the historic $206 billion national settlement that requires tobaccocompanies to pay New Jersey $7.6 billion to compensate for the state’s cost to care for sicksmokers.

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