Attorneys for flight attendants who allege secondhand smoke aboard commercial aircraft made them sick want a Miami-Dade judge to hit tobacco companies with $30 million in sanctions for crafting an agreement they say violates Florida’s good faith laws.

The allegations stem from cases of nearly 3,000 flight attendants — all members of a former class action — who pursued individual claims against the tobacco companies for more than a decade.

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