Judge Gladys Kessler yesterday approved the wording of "corrective statements" that tobacco...

|By:, SA News Editor

Judge Gladys Kessler yesterday approved the wording of "corrective statements" that tobacco companies must use in a two-year public advertising campaign in which they have to admit that they lied about the dangers of cigarettes going as far back as 1964. The firms, which are expected to appeal, have argued that such a move violates their free speech rights.