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New York Seeks More Than $800 Million From UPS Over Cigarettes

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  • N.Y. kids allegedly got cheap smokes as UPS turned blind eye
  • UPS Tells Judge ‘Little Cigars’ at Heart of Cigarette Case

United Parcel Service Inc. ought to pay more than $800 million in penalties for turning a blind eye to shipments of untaxed cigarettes to New Yorkers, lawyers for the state’s top cop said at the start of a trial.

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