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RJ Reynolds Grandson Opposes Smoking

Thursday, December 15, 2005

The grandson of the founder of the giant R J Reynolds Tobacco Company was in Ohio today, speaking out against smoking and cigarette companies. In an interview with Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen, Patrick Reynolds recalled how he became an anti-smoking activist about 20 years ago, after thinking about how his grandfather died.

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Patrick Reynolds long ago sold off his valuable RJR stock. He says he supports an issue that might appear on next November's ballot in Ohio that would ban smoking in public places.

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