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The Supreme Court announced that it will decide whether the Food and Drug Administration has the authority to enforce sweeping tobacco regulations aimed at deterring minors from smoking. The anti-smoking regs were struck down last year by the 4th Circuit, which said the FDA has no authority from Congress to oversee tobacco. The tobacco industry, which brought the suit against the agency, says that last fall’s $206 billion settlement with 46 states already includes plenty of restrictions. But the FDA hopes to proceed with added rules against tobacco-related sales and advertising efforts.

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