A federal judge has ruled that five major tobacco companies violated racketeering laws and conspired to cover up the risks of smoking. Two analysts discuss the verdict.
By PBS NewsHour
The Illinois Supreme Court threw out a $10 billion judgment against the tobacco company Philip Morris USA Thursday, ruling that the cigarette maker was not guilty of fraud in the marketing of its products.
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