U.S. SEES A SMOKING BAN SAVING 39 BILLION DOLLARS

HILTS,PJ
1994-04-22

Copy; Copy of New York Times article (4/22/1994) on EPA report on economic benefit of a proposed House bill banning smoking in all public buildings. Estimates benefit as $39 to $72 billion annually, largely based on estimates of averted illness and death for nonsmokers. Discusses calculations involved, including benefits arising from building maintenance costs and costs of enforcement and implemen... read more

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Subjects
CLINTON, WILLIAM J. (PRESIDENT, D-AR)
MERRYMAN,WALKER (PRESIDENT, TI)
MUDARRI, DAVID H. (ECONOMIST, EPA)
PM
EPA, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
HOUSE
OMB, OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH + ENVIRONMENT
TI, TOBACCO INSTITUTE
WHITE HOUSE COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS
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