- Remarks in a roundtable discussion on tobacco use prevention and an exchange with reporters. Clinton, Bill // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;2/19/96, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p273
Presents United States President Bill Clinton's remarks in a roundtable discussion at the White House on tobacco use prevention on February 12, 1996. National Center for Tobacco-Free Kids; Virginia's efforts to prevent teenagers from buying cigarettes; Impact of cigarette advertising on...
- Should cigarette advertising be banned? Price, Sean // Junior Scholastic;10/28/94, Vol. 97 Issue 5, p10
Reports that there is a growing movement in the United States to stop teenagers from picking up cigarettes. Enforcement of legislation banning teenage smoking; Role of advertising on smoking; Debate on the banning of cigarette ads.
- We asked what can be done...to stop teens from smoking. // Scholastic Choices;Oct96, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p5
Presents a teenager's suggestion in stopping teenagers from smoking. Need for a paradigm shift in adult-related behavior such as smoking; Focus on a health-related issue.
- The great crusade to delay adoption of a vice. // Adweek Western Edition;8/28/95, Vol. 45 Issue 35, p19
Discusses how teenagers can be dissuaded from smoking. Effect of cigarette advertising; Public-policy initiatives.
- You can comment now on anti-smoking campaign. // Addiction Letter;Aug95, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p6
Focuses on President Bill Clinton's effort to restrict the advertising, promotion, distribution and marketing of cigarettes to teenagers. Requirement for the tobacco industry to support an anti-smoking educational campaign; Prohibition of vending machine and mail order sales; Prohibition of...
- Inquiry line. // State Government News;May96, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p38
Responds to a reader's query on state efforts to curb purchase of tobacco products by minors from vending machines. Clinton administration's proposal to halve the use of tobacco products by children and adolescents; States with restrictions on cigarette vending machines.
- Public health reaches out to reduce tobacco use among teens. // Nation's Health;Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p7
Focuses on the campaign in San Diego, California to restrict youth access to tobacco. Utilization of teen volunteers; Reduction in the sales to tobacco to teenagers; Passage of city ordinance eliminating cigarette vending machines in all locations; Resources for states and organizations who...
- Nicotine as a drug. // Nature;8/17/1995, Vol. 376 Issue 6541, p539
Opinion. Focuses on President Bill Clinton's war on teenage smoking. Tobacco-smoking as an abomination; Difficulties of the campaign; Snags in classifying nicotine as a drug; United States as a kill-joy society.
- Hooked on to tobacco: The teen epidemic. // Consumer Reports;Mar1995, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p142
Part 2. Focuses on the prevention of tobacco smoking among American teenagers. Tobacco industry's campaign; Marketing efforts of tobacco companies; Effect of advertising; Peer influence; Restriction of sales and taxation; Tips on how to help a teenager stop smoking. INSET: Cherry-flavored...