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- However a California judge opened the flood gates for people who want to sue Big Tobacco - LAT

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- LA County is hurt the most by pirated DVDs and CDs - People's Daily Online

- Unless your name is Anna Nicole's dead son, you aren't in her will - TMZ

- Peanut Butter Update: The source of the bacteria in the Peter Pan and Wal Mart peanut butter may have been the jars themselves - AP

And finally former UCLA commie, Black Panther, and America's Most Wanted, Angela Davis is speaking tonight at the Bridges Auditorium at the Claremont Colleges. Living Black History Month in your backyard. 450 N. College Way, Claremont 8pm.

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