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Black Media Seeks Inclusion in Tobacco Settlement

The National Association of Newspaper Publishers and the National Association of Black-Owned Broadcasters want in on a proposed settlement that requires the tobacco industry to run ads to correct their misleading claims about the harmful effects of smoking. They have filed a brief objecting to the exclusion of Black media in the original case. (Photo: Courtesy of the National Newspaper Publishers Association)

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