TOBACCO ISSUES AND THE 103RD CONGRESS.

1994-06-00

Report on legislative issues concerning the tobacco industry under the 103rd congress. Focuses on the proposal to raise the cigarette tax in order to pay for health care reform. Argues that this a regressive system that unfairly taxes women and minorities, forcing them to shoulder the burden of health care reform. Contends that many of the studies and data that the Environmental Protection Agency ... read more

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JACKMAN P
RJR
CONGRESS
FDA
CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL
AMA
USDA
COMMODITY CREDIT
BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
LAUTENBERG
HARKIN
US SENATE
KESSLER
US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
EPA
OSHA
ADA
AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
WASHINGTON LEGAL FOUNDATION
FREEDOM TO ADVERTISE COALITION
ASSN OF NATL ADVERTISERS
AMERICAN ASSN OF ADVERTISING AGENCI
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