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a splintered Court concluded that cigarette smokers who are injured through their consumption of tobacco may bring some state law tort claims against the manufacturers of the cigarettes. Other claims, however, are preempted by federal legislation requiring cigarette packages and advertising to bear warning labels, the specific wording of which is dictated by statute. After a detailed examination of the economics of hazard warning systems, Professor Viscusi argues that the most importantdoi:10.1086/scer.3.1147069 fatcat:p6ujtkvs2ncohdfs4763w6ltzu