TOBACCO ISSUES AND THE 104TH CONGRESS.

1994-00-00

Report outlining the issues related to tobacco facing the 104th Congress. Summarizes the position of the tobacco industry on several issues such as: excise taxes and their regressive nature, smoking bans, youth smoking and fire safe cigarettes among others. Focuses on the unfair attacks and taxes levied against the tobacco industry.

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Subjects
CLINTON WJ
WAXMAN H
KESSLER
BROWN A
RJR
CONGRESS
PEAT MARWICK
CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFF
AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL MOVEMENT
COALITION OF LABOR UNION WOMEN
OFF OF TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT
AMA
CDC
CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE
EPA
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
ARBYS
MCDONALDS
TACO BELL
CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES
OSHA
TI
FAMILY SOURCE CONSORTIUM
LIST OF ORGANIZATIONS
FDA
INTERAGENCY COMM
NATL INSTITUTE FOR STANDARDS & TECH
TECHNICAL STUDY GROUP
TECHNICAL ADVISORY GROUP
USDA
COMMODITY CREDIT
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30754
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