Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody has declared victory in a long-running dispute over whether R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. should continue paying millions of dollars a year in damages for cigarette brands it no longer owns.

Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal declined to rehear the case Friday and said it wouldn’t flag the litigation for the state Supreme Court by certifying it a question of great public importance.

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