DOJ Spars with Tobacco Companies Over 'Forced Public Confessions'
Tobacco company lawyers are challenging the proposed language of public statements that the U.S. Department of Justice wants cigarette manufacturers to distribute to minimize the chance that the companies will make false claims in the future about the health effects of smoking.
By Mike Scarcella|October 17, 2012
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