HIGHER TOBACCO TAXES WOULD HURT WORKING AMERICANS

CAMPBELL,WI
TOMB,H
1994-05-00

Newsletter from Philip Morris protesting the Clinton Administration's proposed 75 cent tax increase on cigarettes in order to help pay for health care reform. Points out that the tax would fall most heavily on middle to lower income families and would put thousands of people out of a job as well as have the potential to create an increase in crime.

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CAMPBELL,WI
CLINTON
TOMB,H
PM
BAKERY CONFECTIONERY TOB WORKERS INTL UN
CONGRESS
INTL ASSN MACHINISTS + AEROSPACE WORKERS
PRICE WATERHOUSE
RJR, R.J.REYNOLDS
TEAMSTERS
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