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Senator Uses Google Ads to Respond to NYT Article

After the New York Times ran a front page article this morning about how Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y) defended tobacco companies when she was a young lawyer (As New Lawyer, Senator Was Active in Tobacco’s Defense, By RAYMOND HERNANDEZ and DAVID KOCIENIEWSKI, New York Times, March 26, 2009), Gillibrand started using Google AdWords, to respond.

Simply search for “Gillibrand” on Google and an ad from her campaign proclaiming that “Gillibrand Fights Tobacco” should appear to the right.

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