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Topic - Frank Pallone
The family of late Sen. Frank Lautenberg has endorsed Democratic Rep. Frank Pallone to fill the seat left vacant by the former New Jersey lawmaker's death last month.
A congressman is calling on the San Francisco Giants and Texas Rangers to tell their players not to use smokeless tobacco on the field or in the dugout during the World Series.
At a House hearing in April, Pallone urged baseball and its players to agree to bar major leaguers from using chew, dip or similar products during games.
New Jersey Democrat Frank Pallone, chairman of the House Health Subcommittee, says he's concerned about free advertising baseball players give the tobacco industry and "the influence this exposure has on young people."