THE NO AND YES PICTURE ON ANTISMOKING INITIATIVE. WHO IS ON WHICH SIDE IN PROP 5 BATTLE. TOBACCO COMPANIES FUND NO VOTE

HOLLIS,R
1978-10-02

Article regarding the conflict developing over Proposition 5 in California. Reports the argument of the anti-smoking as the desire to protect the right to smoke as well as the right not to breath in secondhand smoke. Defines the argument of the opposition to Proposition 5 as believing that this is a right that the government should not regulate. Highlights the fact that the 99% of the opposition's... read more

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Subjects
MCDOWELL,J # WOODWARD,R # LOVEDAY,P # STEINFELD,J
PAULING,L
SEABORG,G
FUTRELL,JW # MOXLEY,JH # HENNINGS,J # FLOURNOY,H
DUNLAP,K
TI
WOODWARD AND MCDOWELL
CALIFORNIANS FOR COMMON SENSE
CAMPAIGN FOR CLEAN INDOOR AIR
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
LOS ANGELES TIMES
SIERRA CLUB
UNIV OF CA SAN DIEGO
GROUP AGAINST SMOKING POLLUTION
CA LUNG ASSOCIATION
CA PTA
RETAIL STORES EMPLOYEES UNION
CA INTERAGENCY COUNCIL ON SMOKING AND HEALTH
AFLCIO
CA LABOR FEDERATION
CA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE
CA MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS
CA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS
RJR
PM
BW
LORILLARD
LIGGETT
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