Waxman Asks for Documents Related to DoJ’s Politically Motivated Interference in Tobacco Litig

Brian Zick

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Jane Hamsher at firedoglake reports that Henry Waxman has requested documents and communications between the Department of Justice and the White House relating to the litigation, following the report by Sharon Eubanks, the Department's lead attorney in the case, of political interference.

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