SUMMARY OF COMMENTS BY JAMES GOOLD, COVINGTON & BURLING BEFORE THE SENATE HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE IN OPPOSITION TO SB 2070

2000-05-00

Summary of points of opposition to SB 2070. Argues that requiring the sale fire safe cigarettes may in fact be worse for public health and the economy because of increased tar and nicotine content and smuggling. States that this issue should be addressed on a federal level.

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Community Health Program records
Subjects
BURNS,D
GOOLD,J
PM
CONGRESS
COVINGTON BURLING
CPSC, CONSUMER PRODUCTS SAFETY COMMISSION
DEPT OF HEALTH SERVICES
FIRE MARSHALS OFFICE
HEALTH + HUMAN SERVICES COMM
HHS, DEPT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
NCI, NATL CANCER INST
NIST, NATL INST OF STANDARDS & TECHNOLOGY
SENATE
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