- Turning up the heat. Cooper, Matthew // Newsweek;4/13/1998, Vol. 131 Issue 15, p50
Looks at the response of the United States tobacco industry to April 1998 efforts of legislators to draft legislation. Failure of lobbyists to soften the legislation; What the bill includes; Probability that some anti-tobacco legislation will pass in 1998, an election year; Involvement of...
- Picture This: The FDA Would Limit Images in Tobacco Ads. Fisher, Anne B. // Fortune;4/15/1996, Vol. 133 Issue 7, p52
Looks at a how a proposed ban on cigarette advertising in magazines would affect the tobacco industry. The US Food and Drud Administration's (FDA) desire to ban all pictures and images in print ads for tobacco in any publication whose readership is not at least 85 percent over 18 years of age;...
- Tobacco sham: Industry argues ads are innocent. Schmookler, Andrew Bard // Christian Science Monitor;8/18/95, Vol. 87 Issue 185, p18
Discusses the arguments of tobacco industry owners against the constraints put forward by the Clinton administration on the advertising of cigarettes. Reasons for the protest; Credibility of the arguments.
- Tobacco firms look for legal loophole in ad ban. Kleinman, Mark // Marketing (00253650);1/24/2002, p1
Reports on the legal advice sought by some of the world's biggest tobacco companies in an attempt to exploit potential loopholes in international efforts to restrict cigarette advertising and sponsorship.
- TOBACCO ROAD. Goldberg, Stephanie B. // ABA Journal;Aug86, Vol. 72 Issue 8, p86
Reports on the New Jersey district court ruling on a case involving claims in cancer suits filed against cigarette manufacturers. Details of the case; Legal precedents; Implications on laws mandating advertising standards for cigarette manufacturers and on tobacco liability.
- Fire-Safe Cigaretters. Neutzler, Rachel // Texas Petroleum & C-Store Journal;Oct2008, p26
The article reports on the House Bill 2935 which is the fire standard compliant cigarette (FSCC) in Texas. It states that this law which is implemented on June 15, 2007, requires all cigarettes sold in the state of Texas to be certified fire standard compliant by January 1, 2010. In response to...
- Restrictions up in smoke. James, Lydia // New Internationalist;Dec2013, Issue 468, p9
The article reports that lobbying efforts by the tobacco industry has ensured that the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), a European Union (EU) bill to restrict the sale and marketing of cigarettes across Europe, will not included proposed enlargements to health warnings and bans on "slim"...
- Summary of legislative measures on tobacco control (4, 5). // Building Blocks for Tobacco Control: A Handbook;1/1/2004, p171
A section of the book "Building Blocks for Tobacco Control: A Handbook," is presented. It enumerates several legislative measures on tobacco control. The measures influencing demand and consumer behavior include raising taxes and prices of cigarettes and banning cigarette advertising, promotion...
- LANDMARK SETTLEMENTS AND UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES. Haile, Andrew J.; Krueger-Andes, Matthew W. // University of Toledo Law Review;Fall2012, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p145
Nearly fourteen years ago forty-six states and the nation's major tobacco manufacturers entered into the Master Settlement Agreement, the largest civil settlement in United States history. This Article examines a current controversy under the MSA that may require some or all of the states to...