UNIONS AD ON SMOKING BAN WAS PAID FOR BY PHILLIP MORRIS

LEVINE R
1987-09-23

Article reporting that Philip Morris paid for an advertisement in a newspaper opposing a ban of smoking on the Long Island Railroad and Metro North. Given credit for the advertisement was the transit union and did not mention anywhere that Philip Morris had sponsored it. Quotes officials and Philip Morris as saying that nothing underhanded was done and that they have always been up front about the... read more

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KILEY RR
PHELAN JD
SMITH GL
CUNNINGHAM J
GOLDEN PJ
YULE E
TI
METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
NY TIMES
DAILY NEWS
NY POST
NEWSDAY
UNITED TRANSPORTATION UNION
PM
LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD
METRO N COMMUTER RAILROAD
COMMUTERS FAIR TREATMENT
NJ TRANSIT
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