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By Scott Wartman
The Kentucky Enquirer
Tobacco lobby money in Frankfort poured in this year as statewide smoking ban legislation stagnated.
No company spent more to lobby Kentucky state legislators this year than tobacco giant Altria, the parent company of Philip Morris Co., spending $156,200 during the General Assembly session that lasted from January to April.
Some would say it's no coincidence that for the fourth straight year, a statewide smoking ban failed to pass.
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