After nearly two years of crushing the opposition in courtrooms across the state, sick and dying smokers suing tobacco companies had reason for pause.
A Miami jury sided in November with Philip Morris USA instead of Maria Espinosa, a Cuban-American woman who smoked for four decades, developed a cancerous tumor in her neck and died in 2003 from complications of radiation therapy.
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