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Court Asked to Decide if Transparency Trumps Corporate Reputation in ‘Company Doe’ Case

Leading consumer and media organizations asked a federal appeals court to unseal dozens of documents related to a closely watched product safety and business confidentiality dispute cloaked in extraordinary secrecy.

Obama Administration Attacked for Retreat on Tobacco in Trade Talks

Health advocates are blasting the Obama administration for watering down a proposal aimed at keeping the tobacco industry from exploiting trade agreements to fight tough anti-smoking rules.

Protest by Tobacco State Politicians, Business Groups May Snuff Out Obama Administration Trade Move

Facing vehement protest from tobacco state lawmakers and business groups, the Obama administration appears to have retreated from efforts to keep cigarette makers from using trade treaties to attack countries that adopt strong anti-smoking rules.