Rally In Capital Protest A Rise In Smoking Tax, Tobacco Plants Close So Workers Can March

1994-03-10

Copy; New York Times article from March 10, 1994 on a rally protesting the proposed cigarette tax-financing of health care in Washington, DC. Includes comments by several protesters. Discusses the role of the tobacco industry in getting protesters to Washington. Presents an analysis of the health care plan and the effects on tobacco industry.

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Subjects
Clinton, William J. (U.S. President, D-AR)
Harris, Leon
Grant, Jonas
Jernigan, Terry
Ellis, Maura (R. J. Reynolds)
Poole, Jay S. (Director of Government and Community Relations, Philip Morris)
Faircloth, Lauch (U.S. Senator, R-NC)
Rostenkowski, Dan (U.S. Rep., D-IL)
Moynihan, Daniel P. (U.S. Sen., D-NY)
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U.S. Congress
Tobacco Institute
U.S. Surgeon General
Camel
Winston
Marlboro
Salem
Vantage
Philip Morris U.S.A.
P. Lorillard Company
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
Tobacco Action Coalition
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
House Ways and Means Committee
Senate Finance Committee
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/29810
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