AIRLINE ANTI-SMOKING DRIVE GAINS BUT STILL FACES STRONG OPPOSITION

MCGINLEY,L
1987-08-07

Wall Street Journal article entitled, “Airline Anti-Smoking Drive Gains but still faces Strong Opposition” reporting on the continuing debate over smoking aboard airplanes. Maintains that support is growing to eliminate smoking section from airplanes completely because the ventilation systems are not sufficient to contain the smoke. Refers to the strong opposition from the tobacco lobby to influen... read more

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Subjects
ARNOLD,S
BURNETT,J
CRANDALL,R
DOLE,E
DURBIN,R
FORD,W
HELMS,J
HOPE,R
LEICHTMAN,A
LENOIR,J
LORENZO,F
SAEKS,G
SHAW,G
STAPF,S
SURGEON GENERAL
VALENTINE,T
WILSON,K
PM
AIR CANADA
AIR TRANSPORT ASSN
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
AMERICAN AIRLINES
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
AMERICAN HEART ASSN
AMERICAN LUNG ASSN
AMR
ASSN OF FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
AVIATION SUBCOMM
CITIZENS AGAINST TOBACCO SMOKE
COALITION ON SMOKING OR HEALTH
CONGRESS
CONTINENTAL
EASTERN
HOUSE
NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NATL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD
SENATE
TOBACCO INST
TRANSPORTATION DEPT
TX AIR
WALL STREET JOURNAL
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