New Class-Action Tobacco Lawsuit Filed - Chicago Sun-Times - July 8, 1997

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Chicago Sun-Times
July 8, 1997

A Chicago law firm filed a class-action lawsuit Monday on behalf of Illinois residents whose rights would be affected if the proposed $368 billion settlement between tobacco companies and state attorneys general is approved. The firm, Kenneth B. Moll & Associates, said 3 million Illinois residents have suffered death, disease and other damage caused by nicotine addiction and the harmful effects of tobacco.

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