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Forces Action Project, Llc Plaintiffs, V. The State of California, Defendants. Complaint for Equitable Relief, Declaratory Relief and Damages for Violation of Civil Rights Demand for Trial by Jury Class Action. Case No. C. 99-0607 Edl

Date: 09 Feb 1999
Length: 37 pages
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Ricketts, D.W.
Area
LEGAL DEPT. FILE ROOM/LATERAL FILE
Type
PLEA, PLEADING
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N14
Recipient (Organization)
Usdc Nd Ca
Named Person
Adams, R.
Adams, R.T.
Allen, C.
Allen, T.
Bailey, B.J.
Bailey, C.
Beck, S.L.
Bixby, D.L.
Blackett, L.A.
Blackett, M.W.
Blake, L.
Blevins, R.W.
Blood, D.M.
Bourell, M.
Brackett, S.
Broadhead, P.J.
Bryson, B.J.
Buhler, T.L.
Buller, A.
Burnham, G.R.
Burton, S.M.
Camlott, S.
Carlisle, D.
Chestnut, B.
Clark, C.J.
Clendenon, J.R.
Cobarrubias, B.
Cobarrubias, R.
Cracraft, D.
Cromwell, R.R.
Cvitkovich
Dee, A.B.
Denham, G.E.
Duran, S.
Edgeman, C.M.
Eliason, D.A.
Erickson, R.K.
Evans, M.
Featherstone, C.T.
Featherstone, J.M.
Forbush, R.N.
Gafa, G.C.
Gayler, T.L.
George, S.
Gerling, S.
Gibson, K.
Gibson, T.A.
Gileson, J.L.
Gingell, B.C.
Girgis, A.
Gordon, J.C.
Green, D.J.
Green, S.R.
Grenek, W.
Haggard, E.G.
Hanks, R.R.
Harris, J.
Harrison, B.L.
Hay, R.
Hemenway, K.
Hendrickson, B.N.
Hendrickson, C.B.
Herrin, M.L.
Hester, Y.
Hill, R.D.
Hincks, G.L.
Holbrook, D.J.
Holt, W.
Hoyt, M.D.
Hughes, N.C.
Hunt, V.
Hunter, D.M.
Hunter, J.P.
Johansen, C.D.
Johnson, C.
Johnson, S.
Kempton, G.A.
Kerr, J.T.
Knapp, H.H.
Kuchenbecker, M.S.
Kunz, V.
Lamoreaux, N.
Larsen, J.E.
Lasvich, R.W.
Lepore, M.
Levinson, J.A.
Lindbloom, P.
Longshaw, A.B.
Louato, D.
Ludlow, E.A., J.R.
Mark, D.E.
Martinez, E.J.
Martinez, F.
Marvidakis, M.
Medina, D.
Melis, K.
Mikel, L.
Miller, K.J.
Milligan, A.A.
Miyasato, K.
Moore, D.
Moore, P.A.
Morgan, J.T.
Moser, H.W.
Murdock, L.J.
Nafus, P.
Nafus, P.L.
Neeley, P.
Ockey, L.
Ohara, C.
Oheathrim, S.
Pacheco, A.
Pacheco, G.A.
Pacheco, G.F.
Parker, J.J.
Peart, V.
Pease, E.
Petersen, M.L.
Pistone, T.J.
Richards, D.A.
Richter, M.W.
Rippon, C.J.
Risbeck, C.
Risbeck, K.D.
Roberts, D.C.
Roberts, D.K.
Robertson, K.L.
Robertson, K.W.
Roche, E.F.
Rodgers, R.L.
Rosander, S.
Rothman, C.
Rowley, S.R.
Russell, B.I.
Russell, C.N.
Sager, W.D.
Sanchez, A.P.
Sanchez, M.
Sanchez, S.C.
Sanders, K.M.
Sasso, R.
Scott, A.A.
Scott, D.M.
Smith, C.B.
Smith, J.M.
Snarr, T.T.
Somerville, D.
Sroufe, J.L.
Steinbarth, W.H.
Steinberg, D.
Stephens, J.
Stevenson, J.
Strickland, F.
Swenson, K.
Tavelli, M.
Terry, K.T.
Theodore, W.
Thompson, A.W.
Thompson, B.L.
Thompson, D.K.
Timpe, E.C.
Todd, W.E.
Trujillo, S.A.
Vanwagoner, M.J.
Venturelli, A., J.R.
Venturelli, A.A.
Walker, W.
Washer, J.
Waters, D.
Waters, J.
Wilcock, R.N.
Willahan, M.A.
Wilson, R.
Yates, W.G.
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Date Loaded
22 Mar 2002
Request
R1-027
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OVER, OVER SIZE DOCUMENT
Litigation
Feda/Produced
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Ca
Consumers
Forces Action Project
Freedom of Choice
Hi Smokers Rights
Smokers of the World Unite
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COME NOW plaintiffs and complain of defendants, and each of them, as follows: JURISDICTION, PARTIES AND CAPACITIES Jurisdiction and Intradistrict Assignment 1. Plaintiffs bring this action pursuant to the provisions of Title 42 of the United States Code, sections 1981, et seq., Title 28 of the United States Code, section 2201, and Rules 23(b)(1) & (2) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to secure a declaration by this court that that certain contract commonly referred to as the "Master Settlement Agreement" entered into by the defendants named herein, and the defendant classes and subclasses alleged herein, and the conduct of defendants in entering into the Master Settlement Agreement, and implementing it, is unconstitutional, invalid, and violates the civil rights and liberties of plaintiffs, and the plaintiff classes and subclasses alleged by them herein. Plaintiffs also seek an injunction and writ restraining defendants from further implementing, carrying out or enforcing the Master Settlement Agreement and for damages, all as is more fully alleged hereinafter. 2. This action is properly filed in the San Framnco division of the court because of the pendency of a related action herein (see Notice of Related Action filed herewith) several plaintiffs reside within the City and County of San Francisco, the City and County of San Francisco is a defendant, and defendants State of California, the Attorney General of the State of California, and the Department of Health Services of the State of California maintain principal places of business within the City and County of San Francisco. Plaintiffs 3. Plaintiff FORCES ACTION PROJECT, LLC, is a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of the State of California with a principal place of business within the City and County of San Francisco, California. 4. Plaintiff FREEDOM OF CHOICE, INC., is a corporation organziaed and existing under the laws of the State of Utah with a principal place of business within Salt Lake City, Utah. 5. Plaintiff SMOKERS OF THE WORLD UNITE is, an unincorporated association, _18_ 83b92914
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L DONALD W. RICKETTS Calif. State Bar No. 39825 2 28855 Kenroy Avenue " nta Clarita, CA 91351 3 4 Tele.: (805) 250-3091 Fax: (805) 250-3091 E-Mail: lawcom@csiway.com 5 Attorney for Plaintiffs 6 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA C• 9 FORCES ACTION PROJECT, LLC a California limited liability company; FREEDOM OF CHOICE, INC., a Utah corporation; SMOKERS OF THE WORLD UNITE, an unincorporated association, HAWAII SMOKERS RIGHTS, an unincorQorated association; CONSUMERS LLC, a California limited liability company- WILLIAM H. STEINBARTH, an indi- individuM, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ENOCH A. LUDLOW, JR., an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; RAYMOND SASSO, an indivi- dual, individually, and on behalf of all others similar- ly situated; DAN CRACRAFT, an individual; individually, and~JoLEbNehalf of all others similarly situated; T'EE ALLEN, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ADA A. VENTURELLI, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ANGELO VENTURELLI, JR., an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; PATRICIA J. MOORE, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DANIEL MOORE, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others sinrilarly situated; JEANETTE HARRIS, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; STEPHEN GERLING, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; HARRY H. KNAPP, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated- SEAN O`I-IEATHRIM, an individual, indiviJually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; MARY L. HERRIN, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; KIIvIBERLY ) Cont'd on Next Pag )e 004' ®'7 EDL Case No. COMPLAINT FOR EQUITABLE RELIEF, DECLARATORY RE- LIEF AND DAMAGES FOR VIOLATION OF CIVIL RIGHTS DEMAND FOR TRIAL BY JURY CLASS ACTION
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SUSAN M. BURTON, an individual, individually and) on behalf of all others similarly situated; CONNIE ) JEAN RIPPON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; MICHAEL ) LEPORE, an indi vidual, individually and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; CRAIG N. RUSSELL. ) anindividual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; TIMOTHY A. GIBSON, an ) individual, mdividually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; MIC BOURELL, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CHELNISHA MARIE EDGEMAN, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; MARK S. KUCHENBECKER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; DANIEL M. BLOOD, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JENNIE M. FEATHERSTONE, ) an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; LYLE ANNE BLACKETT, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; MICHAEL W. BLACKETT, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JIMMY L. GILESON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; GREG C. GAFA, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; WILLIAM HOLT, an individual, indivi- ) dually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) DAVID ALAN ELIASON, an individual, indivi- dually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) PEGGY JOANNE BROADHEAD, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CHARLES THOMAS FEATHER- ) STONE; an individual, individually and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; DAVID J. GREEN. an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JOHN P. HUNTER, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; KEVIN W. ROBERTSON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; MARK LEROY PETERSEN. an indi- vidual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; EDWARD GENE HAGGARD, ) an individual, indtvtdually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; WIL LIAM THEODORE, an ) individual, individualiy and on behalf of all others ) similazly situated; SERVIS RAY GREEN, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others Cont'd on Next Pa e ) g ) ) -3-
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similarly situated; HELEN W. MOSER, an indi- ) ) -vidual, individually and on behalf of all others irnilarly situated; RICHARD KENT ERICKSON an indi- ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; EVELYN CAROLYN TIMPE, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; AL PACHECO, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; PAULA NAFUS, an individual, indivtdu- ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; PAT NEELEY. an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) WILLIAM GRENEK, an individual, individually and ) on behalf of all others similarly situated; PAULINE L. NAFUS. an individual, individually and on behalf ) of all others similarly situated; KELLY ) HEMENWAY,. an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; EARL F. ) ROCHE, an individual, individually and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; ROBERT COBARRUBIAS, an individual, individually and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; ) BERNADETTE COBARRUBIAS, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarl ) situated; EDDIE JOE MARTINEZ, an individyuat, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; FRANCES IvfARTINEZ, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DOTILDE MEDINA, an indi vidual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; RONALD R. HANKS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CYNTHIA JEAN CLARK, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; STEVE DURAN, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; REGINA LEAH RODGERS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; TOMMY JAMES PISTONE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ROBERT NEAL WILCOCK, an indtvidual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DOUGLAS M. HUNTER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JAMES WATERS an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CALVIN BOYD SMITH, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JOSEPH MICHAEL SMITH, an indiv- ) idual, individually and on behalf of all others simi- larly situated; DAWN MARIE SCOTT, an indi- ) vidual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ANTHONY ALAN SCOTT, an Cont'd on Next Page -4-
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M. SANDERS, an individual, individually, and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; PHYLLIS ) LINDBLOOM, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; KAREN J. ) MILLER, an individual, individually, and on behalf of) all others similarly situated; DAVID STEINBERG, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all ) others similarly situated; ALICE BULLER, an indi- ) individual, individually, and on behalf of all ) others similarly situated; YVONNE HESTER, JEAN A. LEVINSON, an individual, individually, ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) MARIANNE TAVELLI, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; STEVE GEORGE, an individual, ) individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; MICHAEL W. RICHTER, an individual, ) individually, and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated, JAMES C. GORDON, an individual, individually, and on behalf of atl others similarly ) situated; LOUISE BLAKE, an individual, ) ) individually, and on behalf of all others similarly situated; BENITA CHESTNUT, an individual, individually, and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; GLORIA A. PACHECO, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; GERALD FRANCIS PACHECO, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; CHEYENNE ROTHMAN, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; KRISTEN D. RISBECK, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CARL RISBECK, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; TAMMY L. GAYLER, an individ alu individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; LARRY MIKEL, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarl situated; ) CVtTKOVICFi, an individual, indi~vidually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; NANCY C. ) HUGHES, an individual, individually and on behalf ) of all others similarly situated; MARY JANE VAN WAGONER, an individual, individually and on be- ) half of all others similarly situated; GRANT E. ) DENHAM. an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; NAYDEEN ) LAMOREAUX, an individual, individually and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; DUSTIN L. BIXBY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all) others similarly situated; ) Cont'd on Next Page ) -2-
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individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ROBERT WILSON, an individual, } individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; KENNETH T. TERRY, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; KENT SWENSON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; SARAH COLLAZZI SANCHEZ, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; MARGARET SANCHEZ, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of afl others similarly situated; ARTHUR P. SANCHEZ, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly sttuated; FRANCES STRICKLAND, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; MELANIE D. HOYT, an } individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JODIE STEVENSON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; BETTY N. HENDRICKSON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JERRAD L. SROUFE, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; GAYLE R. BURNHAM, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; CHERYL JOHNSON, an } individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; WESLEY D. SAGER, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; BRENDA 1. RUSSELL, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JAMES JONATHAN PARKER, ) an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; A. BRENT DEE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; AYMAN GIRGIS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DENNIS SOMERVILLE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; MICHAEL EVANS, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarl ) situated; KELLIE LEE ROBERTSON, an indi,vidual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JOANNE WASHER, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ROBERT W. LASVICH, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; RANDALL D. HILL, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CHASE DEE JOHANSEN, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly } situated; WADE E. TODD, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly Cont'd on Next Page ) -5-
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28 on behalf of all others similarly situated; JOHN D. ) JACOBY, an individual, individually and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; LISA REDMOND, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; LYNN KAHN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; VALERIE L. LEE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; VICKI J. BESSETTE, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; THOMAS G. MULLER, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ROBERT F. AINS WORTH an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; LYNELLE A. COLE, an individual, ) individually and on behalfofall others similarly situated; FRANCISCO D. FLORES, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; RICHARD H. GINGRICH, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; HELEN J. EVANS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; RONALD GORENCE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; PAUL PLAKOSH, Jlt, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; THOMPSON G. HACKETT, an indtvidual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JOHN A. FERGUSON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; REID P. CONDIT an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CHARLES BARANOSKY, an indivtdual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JENNIFER M_ DONLON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; REX H. WALLACE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; MICHAEL A. VALDEZ, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ELENO E. RODRIQUEZ, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ALBERT PAPA, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; FRANK ) M. GIESING, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; MARK A. ) BURNS, an individual, individually and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; BRYAN D. MANN, an) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; STEVEN D. PARIS-ADAMS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; RODNEY K. POPE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; MARC W. LAPOINTE, an individual, ) Cont'd on next page -11-
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 28 otherssimilarly situated; DIANE WATERS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ARTAMAE MILLIGAN, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; CURTIS ALLEN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; STACIE ANN TRUJILLO, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CYNTHIA O'IiARA, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of alI others similarly situated; BRIAN JAMES BRYSON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ROBERT RAY CROMWELL, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ERIC PEASE, an individual, ) individually and on behalfofall others similarly situated; JUSTIN EARL LARSEN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; BRADLEY CHARLES GINGELL, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; VIROQUE KUNZ, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; BOBBI JO BAILEY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DAVID A. RICHARDS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; SHERRY JOHNSON (SHERRY L. ) BECK), an individual, individually and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; WYATT WALKER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; DAVID J. HOLBROOK, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; MIICE MARVIDAKIS an ) individual, individually and on behalf of W1 others similarly situated; ANTHONY WADE THOMPSON, ~ an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DENISE LOUATO, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; BECKY LEE THOMPSON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated- KAY MELIS, an individual, individually and ) on behWf of all others similarly situated; TU KERC THOMPSON SNARR, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) MEGAN ALLEN WILLAHAN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; KAMI MELIS, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; SCOTT ) ROSANDER, an individual, individually ) ; behalf of all others similarly situated KIM GIBSON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others )I similarly situated; WILLIAM G. YATES an individual, individually and on behalf of atl others ) similarly situated; VICKIE HUNT, an individual, ) Cont'd on Next Page -7-
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7 8 individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JOHN B. KING, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; VERNON E. VIEHE, an individual, individually and ) on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) CHARLENE A. JOBE, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others simiiarly situated; ) MARTHA RONHOVDEE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; RONALD RONHOVDEE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf ofall others similarly ) situated; ELIA M. KHOURY, an individual. ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ALAN A. HUSBY, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JOSEPH S. CUSATI, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; SEAN D. HENDERSON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CHRISTOPHER B. ROCKWOOD, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; KAREN BARNEY, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; HILARY SUE WOOD, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ARTHUR T. HIltST, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; STEPHEN F. MURPHY an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all otfiers similarly situated; DONALD G. ELLIS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ELIZABETH ERICKSON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DAVID A. DOUBLEDAY, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JACQUELINE S. MILLER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; PATSY J. BAGDANOV an individual, individually and on behalf of all otfiers similarly ) situated; JAMES BAGDANOV, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; RICHARD G. PAUL, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ELROY G. RUIdE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JASON L. FILLMORE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; LUNIE F. COOK, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CHARLES W. HOLT, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; LOUIE WELCH, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) EDWARD H. DAVIS, an individual, individually and ) Cont'd on next page -12-
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of tobacco products residing within the State of Idaho. 13. Plaintiffs RALPH E. WILLIAMS, TEE ALLEN, JORGE LARCO, LINDA J. FORRESTER and STAN FORRESTER are citizens and residents f the State of Oregon, and brings this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass thereof consisting of all consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Oregon. 14, Plaintiff STEVE GEORGE is a citizen and resident of the State of Arizoana, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Arizona. 15. Plaintiff JAMES C. GORDON, RALPH J. KING, and BARBARA COLLINS are citizens and residents of the State of Texas, and brings this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Texas. 16. Plaintiff STEPHEN F. MURPHY is a citizen and resident of the State of Alabama, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Alabama. 17. Plaintiffs DONALD G. ELLIS and ELIZABETH ERICKSON are citizens and residents of the State of Colorado, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Colorado. 18. Plaintiffs DAVID A. DOUBLEDAY, JACQUELINE S. MILLER, PATSY J. BAGDANOV, JAMES BAGDANOV, ROBERT W. BRECKINRIDGE and RICHARD G. PAUL are citizens and residents of the State of Florida, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Florida. 19. Plaintiffs ELROY G. RUHE, JASON L. FILLMORE, LUNIE F. COOK, CHARLES W. HOLT, LOUIE WELCH, EDWARD H. DAVIS, ANITA J. ROYAL, BALWICK -23- 83692919
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2 3 4 5 HARRY H. KNAPP, JEAN A. LEVINSON, KIMBERLY M. SANDERS, MARY L. HERRIN, HELEN J. EVANS, RONALD GORENCE, CHARLENE A. JOBE, MARTHA RONHOVDEE, RONALD RONHOVDEE, ELIA M. KHOURY, ALAN A. HUSBY, JOSEPH S. CUSATI, SEAN D. HENDERSON, CHRISTOPHER B. ROCKWOOD, KAREN BARNE, HILARY SUE WOOD, KHALI M. KHOURY, DANNY Z. ZEIDON, BRETT FROHWEIN, JOHN D. SEILER, DONALD OWENS, MARK J. WELSH, STEVEN SCHWARTZ, MERCEDES DAVIS, ZACHARY BAIRD, GERALDINE WALSH, IMAD BITAR, GRAYLON R. REVELS, SHILOH F. MILLER, STEVEN J.IVIILLER and ARTHUR T. HIRST are citizens and residents of the State of California and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass thereof consisting of all conusmers of tobacco products residing within the State of California. 10. Plaintiffs DAN CRACRAFT, PATRICK RYAN, MARGARET J. WATT, CORDELIA V. SCOYOC, JOSEPH A. ROHLA, FREDRICK C. WILLIS, III, ALBERT RICKSECKER, KRISTEN D. RISBECK, CARL RISBECK, TAMMY L. GAYLER, LARRY MIKEL CVITKOVICH, NANCY C. HUGHES, MARY JANE VAN WAGONER, GRANT E. DENHAM, NAYDEEN LAMOREAUX, DUSTIN L. BIXBY, SUSAN M. BURTON, CONNIE JEAN RIPPON, MICHAEL LEPORE, CRAIG N. RUSSELL, TIMOTHY A. GIBSON, MIC BOURELL, CHELNISHA MARIE EDGEMAN, MARK S. KUCHENBECKER, DANIEL M. BLOOD, JENNIE M. FEATHERSTONE, LYLE ANNE BLACKETT, MICHAEL W. BLACKETT, JIMMY L. GILESON, GREG C. GAFA, WILLIAM HOLT, DAVID ALAN ELIASON, PEGGY JOANNE BROADHEAD, CHARLES THOMAS FEAiHERSTONE, DAVID J. GREEN, JOHN P. HUNTER, KEVIN W. ROBERTSON, TERRY TOWNZEN, MARK LEROY PETERSEN, EDWARD GENE HAGGARD, WILLIAM THEODORE SERVIS, RAY GREEN, HELEN W. MOSER, RICHARD KENT ERICKSON, EVELYN CAROLYN TIMPE, AL PACHECO, PAULA NAFUS, PAT NEELEY, WILLIAM GRENEK, PAULINE L. NAFUS, KELLY HEMENWAY, EARL F. ROCHE, ROBERT COBARRUBIAS, 28 -20- 83692916
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I 2 3 4 5 similarly situated; SHANE M. ADAIMS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JEFFREY J. FOLDS, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; LINDA A. HALSTROM, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; HAROLD S. FOLDS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ROLAND D. THORNTON, JR., an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; SHIRLEY J. THORNTON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; GEZA L. JOZAN, an individual, individually and on behalfofatl others similarly ) situated; JOY A. McELWANEY, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ROBERT J. SPECK, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DAVID J. STAEBLER an individual , individually and on behalf of all others similarlp ) situated: C. RICHARD ELLCH. an individual. 1 individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JAMES M. HARRELL, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JACOB G. STANSBURY, JR, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ROY E. MBRAKMANN, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) d MARY A KUDRICK i il l i ; , an s m ar y s tuate . individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ELIZABETH LIAGIN an ) individual, individually and on behalf of 91 others similarly situated; ROSALIND MARIMONT, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ROBERT R. SMITH, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JOAN B. ANDERSON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarlv situated: FELT E. LAIRM an individual_ individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ARCHIE D. ANDERSON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; HENRY P. SHOTWELL, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ANDREW DILIO an individual , , individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated: JOHN E. SUSKO, an individual, 1 individually and on behalf of all others similarly ~ situated: KENNETH J. SILVER an individual_ individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; THEODORE T. MORAN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; THOMAS E. GRAVES, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) Cont'd on next page -14-
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action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Maryland. 25. Plaintiffs ROBERT R. SMITH, JOAN B. ANDERSON, FEI T E. LAIR, and ARCHIE D. ANDERSON are citizens and residents of the State of Minnesota, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Minnesota. 26. Plaintiffs HENRY P. SHOTWELL, ANDREW DiLIO, JOHN E. SUSKO, KENNETH J. SILVER, and THEODORE T. MORAN are citizens and residents of the State of New Jersy, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of New Jersey. 27. Plaintiffs THOMAS E. GRAVES, STEVEN MURPHY. RICHARD LEVINE, SUSAN P. MURPHY, JESSE V. SILVERMAN, ROSA A RAIMAN and MARGARET V. BOERICKE are citizens and residents of the State of New York, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of New York. 28. Plaintiffs JAMES M. WINTON and KAROL I. PRICE are citizens and residents of the State of Ohio, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Ohio. 29. Plaintiffs ELIZABETH K. APPERSON, BOB L. HOWARD, EDWARD C. APPERSON, BILLIE E. BAUER, and MICHAEL W. RICHTER are citizens and residents of the State of Oklahoma, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Oklahoma. 30. Plaintiffs TRINA BERMAN and CINDY WOMER are citizens and residents of the State of Pennsylvania, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Pennsylvania. 31. Plaintiffs KARYN KIMBERLING, ELLEN HERTZ, KRISTOPHER B. GRIER, -25- 83692921
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ELIZABETH LIAGIN SUSAN P. MURPHY ANTHONY L. AMORELLI ROSALIND IV4ARIMONT JESSE V. SILVERMAN KARYN KIMBERLING LISA L. LINCOLN MARGARET V. JAMES E. PROKOP BOERICKE ALAN SWANSON, JR. PETER L. PETRAKIS ROBERT R. SMITH ROSA A. RAIMAN JOANNA PARKER JOAN B. ANDERSON JAMES M. WINTON CHRIS PETERSEN FELT E. LAIR KAROL J. PRICE KENNETH B. SHELTON ARCHIE D ANDERSON ELIZABETH K. CHRISTINE A SMITH . APPERSON . HENRY P SHOTWELL THEODORE H SCHAAR . BOB L. HOWARD . ANDREW DILIO CHRISTOPHER P RAGON EDWARD C. APPERSON . JOHN E SUSKO CARL P SCHOEN . BILLIE E. BAUER . KENNETH J SILVER KENT E MILLER . MICHAEL W. RICHTER . THEODORE T MORAN . TRINA BERMAN THOMAS E GRAVES . CINDY WOMER STEVEN MURPHY ELLEN HERTZ RICHARD LEVINE DEMAND FOR TRIAL BY JURY Plaintiffs hereby demand a trial by jury-cf all DATED: February 9, 1999 ssue;s of fa DONA`LD W. RICKETTS Attorney for Plaintiffs 00 W ON 110 iV % 0 -37- 1 Cr1 W
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Canibridge, Marlboro, Benson & Hedges, Virginia Slims, Alpine, Dunhill, English Ovals, Galaxy, Players, Saratoga, and Parliament cigarettes and other tobacco products throughout the United States. PHILIP MORRIS is a party to the Master Settlement Agreement. 44. RJ. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY ("RJR") is a New Jersey corporation with its principal place of business at North Main Street, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27102. RJR manufactures, advertises, promotes and sells Camel, Vantage, Now, Doral, Winston, Sterling, Magna, More, Century, Bright Rite and Salem cigarettes and other tobacco products throughout the United States. RJR is a party to the Master Settlement Agreement. 45. BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION ("BROWN & WILLIAMSON") is a Delaware corporation with its principal place of business at 1500 Brown & Williamson Tower, Louisville, Kentucky 40202. BROWN & WILLIAMSON manufactures, advertises, promotes and sells Kool, Raleigh, Barclay, Belair, Capri, Richland, Loredo, Eli Cutter, and Viceroy cigarettes and other tobacco products throughout the United States. BROWN & WILLIAMSON is a party to the Master Settlement Agreement. 46. LORILLARD TOBACCO COMPANY ("LORILLARD") is a Delaware corporation with its principal place of business at 1 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10016. LORILLARD manufactures, advertises, promotes and sells Old Gold, Kent, Triumph, Satin, Max, Spring, Newport, and True cigarettes and other tobacco products throughout the United States. LORILLARD is a party to the Master Settlement Agreement. 47. Defendants PHILIP MORRIS, RJR, BROWN & WILLIAMSON, and LORILLARD, when hereinafter collectively referred to, are identified as the "TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS." 48. Defendants named above, and members of the defendant classes and subclasses alleged herein, when referred to collectively, are identified as "Defendants." 83692924 -28-
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and ANTHONY L. AMORELLI are citizens and residents of the State of Virginia, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Virginia. 32. Plaintiffs JAMES E. PROKOP, PETER L. PETRAKIS, and JOANNA PARKER are citizens and residents of the State of Washington, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Washington. 33. Plaintiffs CHRIS PETERSEN, KENNETH B. SHELTON, CHRISTINE A. SMITH, and THEODORE H. SCHAAR are citizens and residents of the State of Wisconsin, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing in the State of Wisconsin. 34. Plaintiffs LISA L. LINCON and ALAN SWNSON, JR., are citizens and residents of the State of Masschusets, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing in the State of Massachusetts. 35. Plaintiffs RUTH PHILLIPE and SAMANTHA PHILLIl'E are citizens and residents of the State of Mainen, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing in the State of Maine. 36. Representative plaintiffs named herein, and members of the plaintiff classes and subclasses alleged herein are hereinafter collectively referred to as "Plaintiffs". 28 Public-Entity Defendants 37. Defendants STATE OF CALIFORNIA and STATE OF UTAH are states of the United States and are named herein individually and as representative of all States of the United States who are parties to the Master Settlement Agreement. 38. Defendants BILL LOCKYER and JAN GRAHAM are, respectively, the Attorneys General of the States of California and Utah and are sued herein in their official ~ capacity and as representatives of all Attorneys General of the States who are parties to the ~ N -26- \1o tV tV
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LORI L. WEBER, JASON SCOTT ISBELL, MARGIE LOUISE PICKOUDOU, BENNY L. BELLON, DANIEL EWING, OLA EWING, JOAN VERONICA JENSEN, LYNNANN DAY, DAVID B. DAY, JIMMY MICHAEL JENSEN, SHAWN ERIC FILLINGIM, ROBERT R. OWENS, BENJAMIN LEE GIBSON, KENNETH L. GIBSON, BRUCE DAVENPORT, DOUGLAS C. NORBERG, JOSEPH R. WILEY JR., DAVID LEE HUNTER, JEREMY KEVIN LANDERS, DANIEL RAY CHRISTENSEN, ROBERT J. MCPHERRON, JOSHLYN MARIE ISOM, JAMES L. DUNN, MICHAEL A. BERTOT, MARCI JOY RENZFRO, KARI TRINA WALKER, DANIELLE PELLETIER, ADAM WELCH, ANGELA REGAN, KAMI DAWN HIGGINS, DAVID J. BERTOT, JARED A GOLLINGER, JAMES R NIELSEN, LARRY GLENN YOUNG, ANN V. YOUNG, DUSTIN ROY VINCENT. BRENDA K. QUICK, CORY NIELSEN, JESSICA JOAN JAFARI, STEVE JOHN WALTON, NOBLE L. SMITH, CARIN ELIZABETH HAMILTON, TERRY ALLEN BIRCH, KEITH J. WESTWOOD, CARL H. ROBERTS, RON GIBBS, JOAN ALLEN, JUSTIN SCHIFFMAN, HAROLD E. BURGOYN, MICHAEL T. MURPHY, DONALD J. GRAHAM. MAX SMITH, JASON P. SMITH, ALAN G. HERRON, EDA LEE HERRON, DIANA L. NESS, DARLA JiMENEZ, BRYAN HILBORN, BOBBIE JOE SESSONS, CONNIE M. BURR TERRI L. NEWMAN, PAUL A. NEWMAN, CLAYTON E. FASSETT, LYNN P. CHRISTENSEN and KEVIN W. SILCOX are citizens and residents of the State of Utah and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass thereof consisting of all consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Utah. 11. Plaintiffs RAYMOND ALLEN HUGHES, RUTH ANN GRAHAM, BRUCE R. GRAHAM, ZENA L. GARCIA and LOUISE BLAKE are citizens and residents of the State of Nevada, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Ctass and on behalf of a subclass thereof consiting of all consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Nevada. 12. Plaintiffs ROBIN M. COOK, BRENT M. BARFUSS, WILLIS J. KNIGHT, and CLIFFORD RAY MILBURN are citizens and residents of the State of Idaho, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass thereof consiting of all consumers 28 _22_ 83692918
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Class Action Allegations 49. The members of the classes and subclasses alleged herein are so numerous that joinder of all members is impracticable. 50. There are questions of law or fact common to the classes and subclasses. 51. The claims or defenses of the representative parties are typical of the claims or defenses of the classes and subclasses. 52. The representative parties will fairly and adequately protect the interests of the class. 10 11 12 53. The prosecution of separate actions by or against individual members of the classes and subclasses would create a risk of inconsistent or varying adjudications with respect to individual members of the classes and subclasses which would establish incompatible standards of conduct for the party opposing the class; adjudications with respect to individual members of the classes and subclasses would, as a practical matter, be dispositive of the interests of the other members not parties to the adjudications or substantially impair or impede their ability to protect their interests; and the parties opposing the classes and subclasses have acted on grounds generally applicable to the class, thereby making appropriate final injunctive relief or corresponding declaratory relief with respect to the classes and subclasses as a whole. FACTUAL ALLEGATIONS 54. Commencing in or about 1992, the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS commenced actions against the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS seeking, inter alia, the recovery of monies paid by them for medical treatment and care of injuries and illnesses alleged to be caused by the consumption of tobacco products and for monetary penalties to be used by them for the purpose of securing and providing benefits which the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS believed would be beneficial to society as a whole. 55. At all times mentioned herein, the various statutes under which the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS sought to recover said health care costs provided that, in the event the _29_ 83692925
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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 situated; GREGORY LEON HINCKS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; STEVE CAMLOTT, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; TAMMY L. BUHLER, an individua', ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JEFFREY T. KERR, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; SHAUNA RAE ROWLEY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JAYNE STEPHENS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ANN B. LONGSHAW, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DONALD CARLISLE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CLAY BURN HENDRICKSON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ROBERT HAY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; LORRIE OCKEY, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; LARRY J. MURDOCK, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others sinularly ) situated; VAUGHN PEART, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; RODNEY N. FORBUSH, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JAMES RUSSELL CLENDENON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; DEBORAH K. THOMPSON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DOUGLAS C. ROBERTS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; DELROY E. MARK, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; G. ALLAN KEMPTON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; RHONDA ADAMS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; BRAD LEE HARRISON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; SHEILA BRACKETT, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CHER BAILEY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JOHN ) T. MORGAN, an individual, individually and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; ROBERT ) WAYNE BLEVINS, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) KATHLEEN MIYASATO, an mdtvidual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ROBERT THOMAS ADAMS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all Cont'd on Next Page -6-
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14 15 28 individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JAMES E. PROKOP, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; PETER L. PETRAKI, an ...dividual, ) individu :IIy and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CHRIS PETERSEN, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; KENNETH B. SHELTON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CHRISTINE A. SMITH, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; THEODORE H. SCHAAR, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CHRISTOPHER P. RAGON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CARL P. SCHOEN, an individual, i.ndividualIy and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; KENT E. MILLER, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; KI-IALI M_ KHOURY, an individuat, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DANNY Z. ZEIDON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; BRETT FROHWEIN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) s'ituated; JOHN D. SEILER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DONALD OWENS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; MARK J. WELSH, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; STEVEN SCHWARTZ, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; MERCEDES DAVIS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ZACHARY BAIRD, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; WALSH GERALDINE. an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; IMAD BITAR, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) GRAYLON R REVELS, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) SHILOH F. MILLER, an individual, individually and ) on behalf of all others similarly situated; STEVEN J. MILLER, an individual, individually and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; ROBERT W. BRECKINRIDGE, an individual, individually and on ~ behalf of all others similarly situated; LISA L. LINCOLN, an individual, individually and on behalf ) of all others similarly situated; ALAN SWANSON, ) JR., an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; RUTH PHILLIPE, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) Cont'd on next page -16- rv
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8 9 10 Il individually and on behalfofall others similarly ) situated; CARY A. DOTSON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; LORI L. WEBER, an inu.vidual, ) indivic'aally and on behalf of all others similarly ) situate 1; JASON SCOTT ISBELL, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; MARGIE LOUISE PICKOUDOU, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; BENNY L. BELLON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; DANIEL EWING, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; OLA EWING,.an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JOAN ) VERONICA JENSEN, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; LYNNANN ) DAY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all ) others similarly situated; DAVID B. DAY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JIMMY MICHAEL JENSEN, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly s2tuated; SHAWN ERIC FILLINGIM, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ROBERT R OWENS, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly sttuated; BENJAMIN LEE GIBSON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; KENNETH L. GIBSON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; BRUCE DAVENPORT, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DOUGLAS C. NORBERGv ) JOSEPH R. WILEY JR., an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DAVID LEE HUNTER, an individual, individually and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; JEREMY ) KEVIN LANDERS, an individual, individually and ) on behalf of all others similarly situated; DANIEL RAY CHRISTENSEN, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) ROBERT J. MCPHERRON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JOSHLYN MARIE ISOM, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JAMES L. DUNN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others sitnilarly ) situated; MICHAEL A. BERTOT, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; MARCI JOY RENZFRO, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; KARI TRINA WALKER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DANIELLE PELLETIER, an individual, ) Cont'd on Next Page -8-
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1 2 3 27 28 on behalf of all others similarl situated; ANITA J. ) ROYAL, an individual, individyually and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; BALWICK HEATON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; RANDALL SHELNUTT, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CHARLES W. COX, JR., an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; CYNTHIA M. LOWMAN, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; r3ARRY N. WILLIAMSON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JACK O. BRADY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JERRY L. JOHNSON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; GARLAND H. HALE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; NANCY M. STOREY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; FRANKLINHYATT, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; FRANCES FRANKLIN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; RONALD W. BERGMAN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CYRUS J. STOW, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; PAUL C. ARMBRUSTER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; HELEN S. GLOVER, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DONALD G. OAKLEY, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; EDWARD W. STOREY, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; MARY C. KIIMBROUGH, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; PEGGIE F. BARNETT, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DOROTHY S. SWINDERMAN, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ROBERT LAWTON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; CLAY F. GARLAND, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; GUY R. WINDERMAN, an ) individual, individuall and on behalf of all others similarly situated; C1NTHIA KNIGHT, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; DOROTHY L. HINTON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ROY A. COLQUITT, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) Cont'd on nest page -13-
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similarly situated; SAMANTHA PHILLIPE, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ZENA L. GARCIA, an individual, i~ dividually and on behalf of all others similarly ) ) situated; CONNIE M. BURR, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; TERRI L. NEWMAN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; PAUL A. NEWMAN, CLAYTON E. FASSETT an individual, individually and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; and LYNN P. ) CHRISTENSEN, an individual, individually and on behaffofall others similarly situated; KRISTOPHER ) B. GREIER, an individual, individually and on behalf ) of all others sirnilarlX situated; and, KARYN ) KIIvfBERLING, an individual, individually and on behalfofalt others similarly situated, ) ) Plaintiffs, ) THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, individually and ) on behalf of all others similarly situated; ; BILL LOCKYER, Attorney General of The State of ) California, in his official capacity and on behalf of ) all others similarly situated; S. KIMBERLY ) BELSHE, Director of Health Services of The State of California; in her official capacity and on behalf ) of all others similarly situated; CITY AND COUN- ) Y OF SAN FRANCISCO, a municipal corporation ) within the State of California, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; LOUISE H. ) RENNE, City Attorney of the City and County of ) San Francisco, in her official capacity and on be- half of all others similarly situated; THE STATE ) OF UTAH, individually and on behalf of all others ) simiiarly situated; JAN GRAHAM, Attorney General Of the State Of Utah, in her official capacity ) and on behalf of all others similariy situated; ) LORILLARD TOBACCO COMPANY, INC., acorporation; PHILIP MORRIS, INC.; a corpo- ) ation; R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, ) a corporation; BROWN & WII.LIAMSON ) TOBACCO CORPORATION, a corporation; ) Defendants. ) ) ) ) -17-
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PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS instituted said actions, they were required to give notice to the persons on whose behalf said health care costs were paid of the filing and pendency of such suits and notice of the fact that said persons were entitled, as a matter of right, to intervene in said actions. Said statutes further provided that in the prosecution of settlement of such actions, the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS could take no action that would impair the rights of the persons on whose behalf said health care costs were paid. 56. The PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS have failed and refused, and continue to fail and refuse to give the notices required by said statutes, despite demands therefor by Plaintiffs. 57 At all times mentioned herein, the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS were aware that any monies paid to them by the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS in settlement or pursuant to judgment would be paid for by plaintiffs in the form of increases in the costs of tobacco products, and that the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS would, ultimately, suffer no loss or pay no penalties as a result of the suits filed by the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS and that the economic consequences of any settlement or judgment would be borne by their citizen-Plaintiffs. . 58. On or about November, 1998, the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS and the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS compromised, released, and settled the claims presented by the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS against the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS, and related claims of Plaintiffs. Said compromise, release and settlement is set forth in a writing entitled "Master Settlement Agreement." 59. The Master Settlement Agreement provided for payments by the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS to the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS of approximately $206 billion. 26 27 28 60. The Master Settlement Agreement provided that it would not become effective until signed and approved by a certain number of the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS and by entry of orders by the courts in which the various suits by the PUBLIC ENTITY co w rn -30- ~10 N \P1 N cr)
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HEATON, RANDALL SHELNUTT, CHARLES W. COX, JR., CYNTHIA M. LOWMAN, BARRY N. WILLIAMSON, JACK 0. BRADY, JERRY L. JOHNSON, GARLAND H. HALE, NANCY M. STOREY, FRANKLIN HYATT, FRANCES FRANKLIN, RONALD W. BERGMAN, CYRUS l. STOW, PAUL C. ARMBRUSTER, HELEN S. GLOVER, DONALD G. OAKLEY, EDWARD W. STOREY, MARY C. KAZBROUGH, PEGGIE F. BARNETT, DOROTHY S. SWINDERMAN, ROBERT LAWTON, CLAY F. GARLAND, GUY R. SWINDERMAN, CYNTHIA KNIGHT, DOROTHY L. HINTON, ROY A. COLQUITT, SHANE M. ADAMS, JEFFREY J. FOLDS, LINDA A. HALSTROM, HAROLD S. FOLDS, ROLAND D. THORNTON, JR., SHIRLEY J. THORNTON, GEZA L. JOZAN, and JOY A. McELWANEY are citizens and residents of the State of Georgia, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Georgia. 20. Plaintiff ROBERT J. SPECK is a citizen and resident of the State of Hawaii, and brings this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Hawaii. 21. Plaintiff DAVID J. STAEBLER is a citizen and resident of the State of Illinois, and brings this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Illinois. 22. Plaintiffs C. RICHARD ELLCH and JAMES M. HARRELL are citizens and residents of the State of Indiana, and bring this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Indiana. 23. Plaintiff JACOB G. STANSBURY, JR. is a citizen and resident of the State of Louisiana, and brings this action on behalf of the Master Class and on behalf of a subclass consisting of consumers of tobacco products residing within the State of Louisiana. 27 28 24. Plaintiffs ROY E. BRAKMANN, MARY A. KUDRICK, ELIZABETH LIAGIN, and ROSALIND MARIMONT are citizens and residents of the State of Maryland, and bring this _24_ 83b92920
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with a principal place of business within New Zealand. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 26 27 28 6. Plaintiff HAWAII SMOKERS RIGHTS, is an unincorporated association, with a prinicipal place of business within the State of Hawaii. 7. PlaintiffCONSUMERS LLC, is a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of the State of California, with a principal place of business within the County of Los Angeles, State of California 8. All as is more fully hereinafter alleged, the individual plaintiffs are citizens of the United States are taxpayers and are consumers of tobacco products. They bring this action individually and on behalf of all consumers of tobacco products in the United States of America ("Master PlaintiffClass") and subclasses thereof 9. Plaintiffs WILLIAM H. STEINBARTH, ENOCH A. LUDLOW, JR., RAYMOND SASSO, ADA A.VENTURELLI, ANGELO VENTURELLI, JR., PATRICIA J. MOORE, DANIEL MOORE, JEANETTE HARRIS, GLORIA A. PACHECO, GERALD FRANCIS PACHECO, CHEYENNE ROTHMAN, PHYLLIS LINDBLOOM, DAVID STEINBERG, ALICE BULLER. YVONNE HESTER,, SEAN O'HEATHRIM, LYNN A. MEIER, WILLIAM J. MEIER, KATHLEEN SEEDLE, LOUIS D. ROSENBERG, SONJA MASSINGILL, JUDITH M. ROSENBERG, ERNA MUEKSCH, JACK LITTLE, JOHN P. SULLIVAN, OTTO J. MUEKSCH, JACK BOWERS, KAREN J. MILLER, PAUL PLAKOSH, JR., THOMPSON G. HACKETT, JOHN A. FERGUSON, REID P. CONDIT, CHARLES BARANOSKY, JENNIFER M. DONLON, REX H. WALLACE, MICHAEL A, VALDEZ, ELENO E. RODRIQUEZ, ALBERT PAPA, FRANK M. GIESING, MARK A. BURNS, BRYAN D. MANN, STEVEN D. PARIS-ADAMS, RODNEY K. POPE, MARC W. LAPOINTE, JOHN B. KING, VERNON E. VIEHE, PATRICIA L. LUCE, STEPHEN GERLING, CAROL JENSEN, RICK ENG, MARIANNE TAVELLI, LISA REDMOND, LYNN KAHN, VALERIE L. LEE, VICKI J. BESSETTE, THOMAS G. MULLER, ROBERT F. AINSWORTH, LYNELLE A. COLE, FRANCISCO D. FLORES, RICHARD H. GINGRICH, -19- 83692915
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65. In failing and refusing to give the notices described in paragraph 55, above, and in compromising and settling claims of the Plaintiffs against the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFEYDANTS, the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS violated said statutes, the United States Constitution and the Constitutions of the various states, by denying to Plaintiffs due process of law and equal protection of law, and Plaintiffs have been damaged thereby. 66. In allowing the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS to pass on the costs of said settlement to Plaintiffs, the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS and the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS enacted an unconstitutional and discriminatory tax on and payments by Plaintiffs, have, in effect allowed a judgment of indemitiy to be entered against plaintiffs without representation in said suits, and Plaintiffs have been damaged thereby. . WIIEREFORE, Plaintiffs pray for judgment against Defendants, and each of them, as follows: l. For a writ prohibiting the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS from collecting and receiving any monies under the Master Settlement Agreement and from otherwise enforcing or giving effect to the Master Settlement Agreement. 2. For an order restraining the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS from making any payment provided for by the Master Settlement Agreement and from otherwise enforcing or giving effect to the Master Settlement Agreement. 3. For an order restraining the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS from further collection of the price increases they imposed for the purpose of making the payments to the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS provided for by the Master Settlement Agreement; 27 28 4. For an order compelling the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS to reimburse to Plaintiffs all monies paid by them in the form of price increases they imposed for the purpose of making the payments to the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS provided for by the Master Settlement Agreement; -32- 83692928
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Master Settlement Agreement. 39. Defendant S. KIMBERLY BELSIt is Director of Health Services of the State of California, and is sued herein in her official capacity and as representative of those officials of the States who are partires to the Master Settlement Agreement and who are responsible for administering the laws of their respective states regarding recoveries of monies for health care expenses made by the States. 40. The CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO is a municipal corporation within the State of California and is sued herein individually and on behalf of all municipal corporations who are parties to or who will receive the payments of monies provided for by the Master Settlement Agreement. The CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO is plaintiffin that related action pending before this court styled City and County of San Francisco, et al., v. Philip Morris, Inc., et al., Case No. C-96-2090-DLJ, which seeks recovery of, inter alia, monies paid by it for health care expenses for injuries and illnesses allegedly caused by the "Tobacco Company Defendants" (further identified below) and for civil penalties. 41. Defendant LOUISE H. RENNE is the City Attorney for Defendant CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO and is sued herein in her official capacity and as representative of those city and county attorneys who, on behalf of their employers, have filed suit against the Tobacco Company Defendants to recover alleged smoking-related health costs, are parties to the Master Settlement Agreeemen, or who will receive the payments of monies provided for in the Master Settlement Agreement. 42. The defendants named in paragraphs 37-41, above, when hereinafter collectively referred to, are identified as the "PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS." The Tobacco Company Defendants 43. PHILIP MORRIS INCORPORATED ("PHILIP MORRIS") is a Virginia corporation with its principal place of business at 120 Park Avenue, 16th Floor, New York, New York 10017. PHILIP MORRIS manufactures, advertises, promotes and sells Philip Morris, Merit, -27- 83692923
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7 8 individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated;ADAM WELCH, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; 4NGELA REGAN, an individual, individually and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; KAMI DAWN ) HIGGINS, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DAVID J. BERTOT, ) an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JARED A GOLLINGER, , an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JAMES R. NIELSEN, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; LARRY GLENN YOUNG, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ANN V. YOUNG, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DUSTIN ROY VINCENT, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; BRENDA K. QUICK, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; CORY NIELSEN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JESSICA JOAN JAFARI, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; STEVE JOHN WALTON, an individual, ) individually and on behalfofall others similarly situated; NOBLE L. SMITH, an individua~ ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CARIN ELIZABETH HAMILTON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; TERRY ALLEN BIRCH, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; KEI'I'H J. WESTWOOD, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; CARL H. ROBERTS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; RON GIBBS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JOAN ALLEN, an individual, individually ) and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JIJSTIN ) SCHIFFMAN, an individual, individually and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; HAROLD E. BURGOYNE, an individual, individually and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; MICHAEL T. ) MURPHY, an individual, rndividually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DONALD J. ) GRAHAM, an individual, individually and on behalf ) of all others similarly situated; MAX SMITH, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; JASON P. SMITH an individual, ) individally and on behalf of all others simiIarly ) u situated; ALAN G. HERRON an individual, individually and on behalf of a~l others similarly ) situated; EDA LEE HERRON, an individual, ) Cont'd on next page -9-
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I 2 individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; DIANA L. NESS, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; DARLA ) JIMENEZ, an individual, individually and on behalf ) of all others similarly situated; BRYAN HILBORN, ) an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; BOBBIE JOE SESSONS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; KEVIN W. SILCOX, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; RAYMOND ALLEN HUGHES, ) an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; RUTH ANN GRAHAM, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; BRUCE R. GRAHAM, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; ROBIN M. COOK, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; BRENT M. BARFUSS, an individual, individually and on behalf of aIl others similarly ) situated; WILLIS J. KNIGHT, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CLIFFORD RAY MILBURN an individual, individually and on behalf o?all others ) similarly situated; RALPH E. WILLIAMS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JOANNA PARKER, an ) individual, individually and on behalfofall others ) similarly situated; PATRICIA L. LUCE, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; LYNN A MEIER, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; WILLIAM J. MEIER, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated;KATHLEEN SEEDLE, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; LOUIS D. ROSENBERG, an individual, ) ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; SONJA MASSINGILL, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JUDITH M. ROSENBERG, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ERNA MUEKSCH, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JACK LITTLE, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JOHN ) P. SULLIVAN, an individualt individually and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; OTTO J. MUEKSCH, an individual, individually and on behalf ) of all others similarly situated; JACK BOWERS, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; CAROL JENSEN, an individual, individually and on behalf of alI others similarly ) situated; RICK ENG, an individual, individually and ) Cont'd on nezt page -10-
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DEFENDANTS against the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS were filed approving the Master Settlement Agreement and for entry of consent decrees and judgments therein. 61. Plaintiffs are informed and believe, and thereon alle. , that the necessary signatures, approvals and orders have now been obtained and the Master Settlement Agreement will become effective and final unless restrained by order of this court. 62. Because of the number and wide geographic dispersion of said suits filed by the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS against the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENI)ANTS it is impractical and virtually impossible for Plaintiffs to challenge the Master Settlement Agreement in each of the courts where it was presented for approval, and Plaintiffs have no adequate remedy in law or in equity other than the filing of the within action and the institution of coordinated proceedings to allow a single, unitary resolution of the claims presented herein. 25 26 27 28 63. Numerous statements have been made by the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS advising of their intent to use the monies to be paid to them by the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS pursuant to the Master Settlement Agreement for a variety of purposes which will benefit the public, generally, including the construction of roads and other public facilities, and the provision of various services and programs, but which will provide no benefit to Plaintiffs independent of their status of members of the general public despite the fact that Plainti.ffs are paying for said broad social and public benefts. 64. Shortly after the Defendants entered into the Master Settlement Agreement, the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS, for the purpose of providing the revenues with which to make the payments to the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS required by the Master Settlement Agreement, raised the prices of their tobacco products and plainti.ffs have paid , and will continue to pay said price increases and provide the monies which the PUBLIC ENTITY DEFENDANTS will receive under the Master Settlement Agreement, unless further imposition and collection of said price increases is restrained by order of this court and this court rolls back the price increases assessed by the TOBACCO COMPANY DEFENDANTS against Plaintiffs.oo w rn \0 N -31- ~p tv ~
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situated; STEVEN MURPHY, an individual, ) indivicually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; RICHARD LEVINE, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; SUSAN P. MURPHY, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JESSE V. SILVERMAN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; MARGARET V. BOERICKE, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ROSA A RAIMAN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JAMES M. WINTON, an individual, individualty and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; KAROL J. PRICE, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ELIZABETH K. APPERSON, an ) individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; BOB L. HOWARD, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; EDWARD C, APPERSON, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; BILLIE E. BAUER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JORGE LARCO, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; LINDA ) J. FORRESTER, an individual, individually and on ) behalf of all others similarly situated; STAN ) FORRESTER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; TRINA ) BERMAN, an individual, mdividually and on behalf ) of all others similarly situated; CINDY WOMER, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others ) similarly situated; RALPH J. KING, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; BARBARA COLLINS, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; JAMES C. GORDON, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; PATRICK RYAN, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; MARGARET J. WATT, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; CORDELIA V. SCOYOC, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; JOSEPH A. ROHLA, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; FREDRICK C. WILLIS, III, an individual, individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ALBERT RICKSECKER, an individual, ) individually and on behalf of all others similarly ) situated; ELLEN HERTZ, an individual, indiv~dually and on behalf of all others similarly situated; ) ANTHONY L. AMORELLI, an individual, ) Cont'd on next page -15-
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BERNADETTE COBARRUB[AS, EDDIE JOE MARTINEZ, FRANCES MARTINEZ, DOTILDE MEDINA, RONALD R. HANKS, CYNTHIA JEAN CLARK, STEVE DURAN, REGINA LEAH RODGERS, TOMMY JAMES PISTONE, ROBERT NEAL WILCOCK, DOUGLAS M. HUNTER, JAMES WATERS, CALVIN BOYD SMITH, JOSEPH MICHAEL SMITH, DAWN MARIE SCOTT, ANTHONY ALAN SCOTT, ROBERT WILSON, KENNETH T. TERRY, KENT SWENSON, SARAH COLLAZZI SANCHEZ, MARGARET SANCHEZ, ARTHUR P. SANCHEZ, FRANCES STRICKLAND, MELANIE D. HOYT, JODIE STEVENSON, BETTY N. HENDRICKSON, JERRAD L. SROUFE, GAYLE R. BURNHAM, CHERYL JOHNSON, WESLEY D. SAGER, BRENDA I. RUSSELL, JAMES JONATHAN PARKER, A. BRENT DEE, AYMAN GIRGIS, DENNIS SOMERVILLE, MICHAEL EVANS, KELLIE LEE ROBERTSON, JOANNE WASHER, ROBERT W. LASVICH, RANDALL D. HILL, CHASE DEE JOHANSEN, WADE E. TODD, GREGORY LEON HINCKS, STEVE CAMLOTT, TAMMY L. BUHLER, JEFFREY T. KERR, SHAUNA RAE ROWLEY, JAYNE STEPHENS, ANN B. LONGSHAW, DONALD CARLISLE, CLAY- BURN HENDRICKSON, ROBERT HAY, LORRIE OCKEY, LARRY J. MURDOCK, VAUGHN PEART, RODNEY N. FORBUSH, JAMES RUSSELL CLENDENON, DEBORAH K. THOMPSON, DOUGLAS C. ROBERTS, DELROY E. MARK, G. ALLAN KEMPTON, RHONDA ADAMS, BRAD LEE HARRISON, SHEILA BRACKETT, CHER BAILEY, JOHN T. MORGAN, ROBERT WAYNE BLEVINS, KATHLEEN MIYASATO, ROBERT THOMAS ADAMS, DIANE WATERS, ARTAMAE MILLIGAN, CURTIS ALLEN, STACIE ANN TRUJILLO, CYNTHIA O`HARA, BRIAN JAMES BRYSON, ROBERT RAY CROMWELL, ERIC PEASE, JUSTIN EARL LARSEN, BRADLEY CHARLES GINGELL, VIROQUE KUNZ, BOBBI JO BAILEY, DAVID A. RICHARDS, SHERRY JOHNSON (SHERRY L. BECK. WYATT WALKER, DAVID J. HOLBROOK, MIKE MARVIDAKIS, ANTHONY WADE THOMPSON, DENISE LOUATO, BECKY LEE THOMPSON, KAY MELIS, TUCKER THOMPSON SNARR, MEGAN ALLEN WILLAHAN, KAMI MELIS, SCOTT ROSANDER, KIM GIBSON, WILLIAM G. YATES, VICKIE HUNT, CARY A. DOTSON, _21_ 8369291?
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5. For an order of this court deciaring the Master Settlement Agreement to be unfair, discriminatory, unconstitutional, and unenforceable; and, 6. this action. For costs of suit and attorney's fees incurred by Plaintiffs in prosecuting DATED: February 9, 1999 DONALD RICKETTS Attorney for laintiffs: FORCES ACTION MICHAEL LEPORE SERVIS PROJECT,LLC CRAIG N. RUSSELL RAY GREEN FREEDON OF CHOICE, TIMOTHY A GIBSON HELEN W MOSER INC. . . MIC BOURELL RICHARD KENT SMOKERS OF THE ERICKSON WORLD UNITE CHELNISHA MARIE EDGEMAN EVELYN CAROLYN HAWAII SMOKERS TIMPE RIGHTS MARK S. KUCHENBECKER AL PACHECO CONSUMERS LLC DANIEL M BLOOD PAULA NAFUS PATRICK RYAN . JENNIE M PAT NEELEY MARGARET J. WATT . FEATHERSTONE WILLIAM GRENEK CORDELIA V. SCOYOC LYLE ANNE BLACKETT PAULINE L NAFUS JOSEPH A. ROHLA MICHAEL W. BLACKETT . KELLY HEMENWAY FREDRICK C. WILLIS, III JIMMY L. GILESON EARL F ROCHE ALBERT RICKSECKER GREG C. GAFA . ROBERT COBARRUBIAS DAN CRACRAFT WILLIAM HOLT BERNADETTE KRISTEN D. RISBECK DAVID ALAN ELIASON COBARRUBIAS CARL RISBECK PEGGY JOANNE EDDIE JOE MARTINEZ TAMMY L. GAYLER BROADHEAD FRANCES MARTINEZ LARRY MIKEI. CHARLES THOMAS DOTILDE MEDINA CVITKOVICH FEATHERSTONE HANKS RONALD R NANCY C. HUGHES DAVID J. GREEN . CYNTHIA JEAN CLARK MARY JANE VAN JOHN P. HUNTER WAGONER STEVE DURAN KEVIN W. ROBERTSON DENHAM GRANT E REGINA LEAH RODGERS . TERRY TOWNZEN NAYDEEN LAMOREAUX TOMMY JAMES PISTONE MARK LEROY PETERSEN BIXBY DUSTIN L ROBERT NEAL WILCOCK . EDWARD GENE SUSAN M. BURTON HAGGARD DOUGLAS M. HUNTER CONNIE JEAN RIPPON WILLIAM THEODORE JAMES WATERS Co w ~ -33- \10 fV ~ N)
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I RICK ENG ROBIN M. COOK GARLAND H. HALE MARIANNE TAVELLI BRENT M. BARFUSS NANCY M. STOREY 2 JOHN D. JACOBY WILLIS J. KNIGHT FRANKLIN HYATT 3 LISA REDMOND CLIFFORD RAY FRANCES FRANKLIN 4 LYNN KAHN MILBURN RONALD W. BERGMAN VALERIE L. LEE RALPH E. WILLIAMS CYRUS J. STOW 5 VCKI J. BESSETTE TEE ALLEN PAUL C. ARMBRUSTER 6 THOMAS G. MULLER JORGE LARCO HELEN S. GLOVER 7 ROBERT F. AINSWORTH LINDA J. FORRESTER DONALD G. OAKLEY LYNELLE A COLE STAN FORRESTER EDWARD W. STOREY 8 FRANCISCO D. FLORES STEVE GEORGE MARY C. KIMBROUGH 9 RICHARD H. GINGRICH JAMES C. GORDON PEGGIE F. BARNETT HARRY H. KNAPP RALPH J. KING DOROTHY S. 10 BARBARA COLLINS SWINDERMAN JEAN A. LEVINSON 11 KIMBERLY M. SANDERS JAMES C. GORDON ROBERT LAWTON 12 MARY L. HRRRIN STEPHEN F. MURPHY CLAY F. GARLAND HELEN J. EVANS DONALD G. ELLIS GUY R. SWINDERMAN 13 ELIZABETH ERICKSON CYNTHIA KNIGHT RONALD GORENCE 14 CHARLENE A. JOBE DAVID A. DOUBLEDAY DOROTHY L. HINTON MARTHA RONHOVDEE JACQUELINE S. MILLER ROY A. COLQUITT 15 BAGDANOV PATSY J ADAMS SHANE M RONALD RONHOVDEE . . 16 KHALI M. KHOURY JAMES BAGDANOV JEFFREY J. FOLDS 17 DANNY Z. ZEIDON RICHARD G. PAUL LINDA A. HALSTROM ELIA M KHOURY ROBERT W. HAROLD S. FOLDS 18 . BRECKINRIDGE THORNTON ROLAND D ALAN A HUSBY , . _ ELROY G. RUHE JR. 19 JOSEPH S CUSATI . JASON L. FILLMORE SHIRLEY J. THORNTON 20 SEAN D. HENDERSON LUNIE F. COOK GEZA L. JOZAN CHRISTOPHER B 21 . ROCKWOOD CHARLES W. HOLT JOY A. MCELWANEY KAREN BARNEY LOUIE WELCH ROBER T J. SPECK 22 EDWARD H DAVIS STAEBLER DAVID J STEVEN J. MILLER . . 23 HILARY SUE WOOD ANITA J. ROYAL C. RICHARD ELLCH 24 ARTHUR T. HIRST BALWICK HEATON JAMES M. HARRELL RAYMOND ALLEN RANDALL SHELNUTT JACOB G. STANSBURY, 25 HUGHES CHARLES W. COX, JR. JR. LIPE RUTH PHII 26 RUTH ANN GRAHAM CYNTHIA M. LOWMAN . SAMANTHA PHILLIPE BRUCE R GRAHAM BARRY N. WILLIAMSON 27 ROY E. BRAKMANN LOUISE BLAKE JACK O. BRADY ao MARY A. KUDRICK w 28 ZENA L. GARCIA JERRY L. JOHNSON rn .o -36- f~j
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1 CALVIN BOYD SMITH ANN B. LONGSHAW SHERRY JOI INSON JOSEPH MICHAEL SMITH DONALD CARLISLE (SHERRY L. BECK 2 DAWN MARIE SCOTT CLAY BURN WYATT WALKER 3 ANTHONY ALAN SCOTT HENDRICKSON DAVID J. HOLBROOK ROBERT HAY MIKE MARVIDAKIS 4 ROBERT WILSON KENNETH T TERRY LORRIE OCKEY ANTHONY WADE 5 . LARRY J MURDOCK THOMPSON KENT SWENSON . 6 SARAH COLLAZZI VAUGHN PEART DENISE LOUATO SANCHEZ RODNEY N. FORBUSH BECKY LEE THOMPSON 7 KAY MELiS MARGARET SANCHEZ JAMES RUSSELL 8 ARTHUR P SANCHEZ CLENDENON TUCKER THOMPSON . FRANCES STRICKLAND DEBORAH K. THOMPSON SNARR 9 DOUGLAS C ROBERTS MEGAN ALLEN MELANIE D. HOYT . WILLAHAN 10 JODIE STEVENSON DELROY E. MARK KAMI MELIS 11 BETTY N. G. ALLAN KEMPTON SCOTT ROSANDER HENDRICKSON RHONDA ADAMS KIM GIBSON 12 JERRAD L SROUFE BRAD LEE HARRISON . WILLIAM G. YATES 13 GAYLE R. BURNHAM SHEILA BRACKETT VICKIE HUNT CHERYL JOHNSON CHER BAILEY 14 CARY A. DOTSON WESLEY D SAGER JOHN T MORGAN . . LORI L. WEBER 15 BRENDA 1. RUSSELL ROBERT WAYNE JAMES JONATHAN BLEVINS JASON SCOTT ISBELL 16 PARKER KATHLEEN MIYASATO MARGIE LOUISE PICKOUDOU 17 A. BRENT DEE ROBERT THOMAS j ADAMS BENNY L. BELLON AYMAN GIRGIS 18 !, DIANE WATERS DANIEL EWING DENNIS SOMERVILLE 19 MICHAEL EVANS ARTAMAE MILLIGAN OLA EWING 20 KELLIE LEE ROBERTSON CURTIS ALLEN JOAN VERONICA JENSEN JOANNE WASHER STACIE ANN TRUJILLO LYNNANN DAY 21 CYNTHIA O'HARA DAVID B. DAY ROBERT W LASVICH . JIMMY MICHAEL BRIAN JAMES BRYSON 22 RANDALL D. HILL JENSEN CHASE DEEJOHANSEN ROBERT RAY 23 CROMWELL SHAWN ERIC FILLINGIM WADE E TODD ROBERT R OWENS . ERIC PEASE . 24 GREGORY LEON HINCKS BENJAMIN LEE GIBSON JUSTIN EARL LARSEN 25 STEVE CAMLOTT BRADLEY CHARLES KENNETH L. GIBSON TAMMY L. BUHLER GINGELL BRUCE DAVENPORT 26 JEFFREY T. KERR VIROQUE KUNZ DOUGLASC.NORBERG 27 SHAUNA RAE ROWLEY BOBBI JO BAILEY JOSEPH R WILEY JR. JAYNE STEPHENS DAVID A RICHARDS DAVID LEE HUNTER 0o 28 . UJ rn -34- ~10 iV ~ O
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