Mercury Rising: The leader of the Justice Department team that prosecuted a landmark lawsuit against tobacco companies said yesterday that Bush admini
March 21, 2007

Mercury Rising: The leader of the Justice Department team that prosecuted a landmark lawsuit against tobacco companies said yesterday that Bush administration political appointees repeatedly ordered her to take steps that weakened the government's racketeering case. Robert Reich asks a very good question...

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