COMMENTS OF THE TOBACCO INSTITUTE ON GSA PROPOSED RULE 101-20.109-10 SMOKING REGULATIONS

1986-07-18

Copy; Comments on proposed limits on smoking GSA-administered buildings on behalf of Tobacco Institute. Strongly opposes regulation, claiming that environmental tobacco smoke has not been shown to have negative health effects and that the regulation is unnecessarily overbroad, preemptive, and arbitrary. Raises issue that the restrictions are beyond GSA's regulatory authority and impinge on collect... read more

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LOR
AFL CIO
AMERICAN FEDERATION GOVERNMENT EMPOYEES (AFGE)
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER
CHEMTRONICS
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM ACT
COMMITTEE ON PASSIVE SMOKING
CONGRESS
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD
FEDERAL WORKS AGENCY
GALLENKAMP STORES
GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (GSA)
HOUSE COMMITTEE
LONDON TIMES
MEDICAL WORLD NEWS
NAS, NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NIOSH, NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD (NLRB)
PENNSYLVANIA LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DEPARTMENT
SENATE
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
SYMPOSIUM ON PASSIVE SMOKING FROM A MEDICAL POINT OF VIEW
TI, TOBACCO INSTITUTE
UNION CARBIDE + CARBON
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