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Med.: New Jersey Tobacco Trial #562751

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 14, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Tobacco companies' stks. reported dropping on Wall Street Report introduced.

(NYC: Stan Bernard) [Philip Morris spokesperson Arthur STEVENS - blames biased judge for outcome on cigarette trial in Newark, New Jersey, and says Antonio Cipollone merely wanted money.] Jury's verdict with regard to Liggett recalled. [CIPOLLONE - says wife Rose Cipollone began smoking as teenager.] [Law professor John BANZHAF - comments on significance of loss.] [Action on Smoking and Health spokesperson Richard DAYNARD - comments on situation.] Changing attitudes with regard to smoking in United States detailed.

Bernard, Stan;
Brokaw, Tom

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