September 13 roundup

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  • A court provided enough coupons for discounts on snuff sufficient for years of chewin’. If the rate of cancer and other diseases attributable to chewing tobacco should increase, the court and the plaintiff attorneys should be sued for an intentional (knowing) tort, subject to exemplary damages. To deter. This judgment is against legal and health policy, where a remedy foreseeably harms with a high degree of certainty. The Attorney General, on behalf of state Medicaid, should file an intervention motion to block or reverse this verdict.

    What’s next? Liquor discounts to alcoholics?