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Tobacco suit cites youth push

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / June 26, 2004

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The son of a woman who started receiving free Newport cigarettes at her Roxbury housing project when she was just 9 years old is suing the brand's maker for its role in his mother's death in what legal experts say is the nation's first lawsuit to accuse a tobacco company of deliberately targeting its product to African-American children. (Full Article: 971 Words)

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