Elizabeth Veanus

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Elizabeth Veanus was a resident of the state of New York who circa 1989 served as an outside consultant to R.J. Reynolds. She worked organizing smokers rights groups, although most of her work up until that date was in New York. She received a $4,600 monthly fee for her work. [1] By 1990, Veanus was working directly for RJR as a field coordinator in the State Government Relations department. At that time, she was stationed in Babylon, New York. [2][3]

References

  1. Smith M, R.J. Reynolds September Connecticut Expenses Memorandum/Letter. October 6, 1989, Bates No. 518234207
  2. R.J. Reynolds R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company State Government Reations Legislative Counsel Briefing Book 1990-91 (900000-910000). III. RJRT State Government Relations E. Resources. Public Issues Field Staff Chart. September, 1990
  3. R.J. ReynoldsSmoking in the Workplace An Alternative Strategy Strategy document/report. September 30, 1990. Bates No. 511861751/1754
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