FLYING THE SMOKE-FREE SKIES, TOBACCO LOBBY FIGHTS EFFORT TO EXTEND SMOKING BAN TO ALL DOMESTIC FLIGHTS,

ROBINSON,WV
1989-08-27

Article from the Boston Globe regarding the airplane ban on smoking. Discusses the proposal to extend the ban on two hour flights to all flights. Contends that smoking on planes is hazardous to the health of the flight attendants as well as the smokers in the non-smoking sections. Suggests that even though most people want the ban, the tobacco lobby is very powerful and will have much influence on... read more

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BUSH
BYRD,RC
CHALK,C
DAVIS,RM
DOLE,E
DOLE,R
DURBIN,RJ
FORD,W
HELMS,J
HOLLINGS,EF
KAHN,AR
KENNEDY,EM
KOOP,CE
LAUTENBERG,FR
MILLER,GR
REPACE,J
SUTER,D
WOLF,SM
XX BARBARA
PM
AIR LINE PILOTS ASSN
APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMM ON TRANSPORTATION
CONFERENCE COMM
CONGRESS
DELTA AIRLINES
EPA, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
HHS, DEPT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
HOUSE
NAS, NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NCI, NATL CANCER INST
NORTHWEST AIRLINES
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT + BUDGET
OFFICE ON SMOKING + HEALTH
SENATE
TI, TOBACCO INST
TRANSPORTATION DEPT
UNITED AIRLINES
US GOVERNMENT
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