A recent decision from a New York appellate court could cut into cash flows supporting the state's tobacco bond deals, according to a report from Moody's Investors Service.

The ruling calls into question the legality of New York state laws written to enforce the 1998 Master Settlement Agreement, which the court said could allow for price-fixing arrangements among tobacco companies.

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