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The Minnesota Supreme Court has extinguished a class action lawsuit against tobacco giant Philip Morris, which alleged that using the words “light” and “lowered tar and nicotine” to market and sell cigarettes violated the state’s consumer protection laws.

Tobacco lawsuit stubbed out

The Minnesota Supreme Court has extinguished a class action lawsuit against tobacco giant Philip Morris, which alleged that using the words “light” and “lowered tar and nicotine” to market and sell cigarettes violated the state’s consumer protection laws.

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