Question of the day

Our last question asked: What large corporation just quit the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over reports that the chamber is undertaking a lobbying campaign against antismoking laws? That would be CVS Health, of course.

Congratulations to Jason Shevrin with George Washington University Media Relations for being the very first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions go out to Craig Pittman, Dan Rosenbaum (who adds "And good for them. #coughcoughcough"), Cindy E. Rodríguez, Paul Boyd, Gerges Scott, Tom Burton, Hiram Reisner, Chuck Tanowitz, Thomas Feyer, Charlotte LoBuono, Paul DelColle, Jason K. Burnett, Marty Ray, Margo Howard (who also adds "And shame on the Chamber"), Dan Jensen (who adds "and couldn't be happier for them!"), Hollywood Highlands, Ron Casalotti (who quips "apparently thinks CVS stands for Cigarettes are Vital for Sales"), 2 Terrific PR Pros, Corbin Hiar, Daniel Shaffer (who adds the hashtag #stayclassyCofC), Ken Walker (who snarks "because they have never ever sold cigarettes. Ever."), and Alan Blaustein for all getting that exactly right, too.

As for today's question, here it is: What did Fusion's Kashmir Hill pretend to be/act as, for a month?
 
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