When cigarette-makers settled a class action suit two years ago filed on behalf of airline flight attendants who claimed to be victims of secondhand smoke, it looked as if Big Tobacco had gotten off easy.

The deal would provide $300 million in funding for research into secondhand smoke, and it would pay anti-tobacco lawyers Stanley and Susan Rosenblatt $49 million in legal fees and costs.

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