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May 31, 2016
By Steve Stanek
Obama administration officials are pledging to require graphic anti-smoking images on cigarette packages and advertisements despite a federal court ruling the requirement would be unconstitutional.
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Alcohol & Tobacco
August 1, 2003
By James M. Taylor
In an unexpected reversal of federal policy, Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson has pledged the U.S. will support a controversial global anti-smoking treaty. The U.S.
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Alcohol & Tobacco
February 13, 2006
By Dave Pickrell
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Alcohol & Tobacco
Taxes
Government Spending
April 1, 2003
By Brad Rodu, DDS & Philip Cole, MD, DrPH
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Alcohol & Tobacco
Taxes
Government Spending
April 1, 1997
By Terrence Scanlon
In early March, squads of anti-smoking activists conducted sting operations against convenience stores and gas stations nationwide. They handed out warnings to any clerk who failed to check the photo I.D.
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Alcohol & Tobacco
Taxes
Government Spending
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Alcohol & Tobacco
Taxes
Government Spending
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Alcohol & Tobacco
Taxes
Government Spending
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Alcohol & Tobacco
Taxes
Government Spending
December 1, 2004
By Robert A. Levy
More ammunition for the anti-smoking crowd will soon be released in a new book from MIT Press, The Price of Smoking.
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Alcohol & Tobacco
June 1, 2004
By James M. Taylor
When anti-smoking activists pushed to ban smoking in workplaces, and then in restaurants, and now even in bars, supporters of freedom of choice warned the alleged health risk to non-smokers was merely a smokescreen for activists to build momentum to ban
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Alcohol & Tobacco
 

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