HERE'S WHY NEW YORKERS FROM ALL SECTORS - INCLUDING LABOR, BUSINESS AND THE MEDIA-AGREE THAT "NO SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES" LAWS SHOULD NOT BE PASSED IN NEW YORK.

FEINSTEIN B
CLEARY EJ
1985-04-22

Advertisement from "The Legislative Gazette," April 22, 1985, against "No Smoking in Public Places" legislation in New York State, placed by the Tobacco Institute. Contains quotes from leaders of labor, business, and media groups against legislation. Includes an argument from labor groups that regulation impinges on collective bargaining rights, from a restaurant group that excessive regulation an... read more

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Feinstein, Barry (President, Teamsters Union Local 23)
Cleary, Edward J. (President, NYS AFL-CIO)
Sampson, Fred G. (President, NYSRA)
RJR
Teamsters Union Local 23
New York State (NYS) AFL-CIO
New York State Restaurant Association (NYSRA)
New York Amsterdam News
Tobacco Institute
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