FDA Regulation - The Hustle to Outlaw Tobacco

FDA Panel is Chaired by the SAME CHARLATAN!

The new Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee of the Food and Drug Administration is chaired by the same fraudster, Jonathan M. Samet, who has ring-led every major anti-smoker initiative. Jon Samet has been an anti-smoking activist since the Fifth World Conference on Smoking and Health in 1983. He was one of three "consulting scientific editors" and "prepared draft chapters or portions" of the 1986 Surgeon General Report, "The Health Consequences of Involuntary Smoking," and was also involved in the 1984, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2001 and 2004 SG Reports, and was Senior Scientific Editor of the 2006 Surgeon General Report, "The Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke." He was also a member of the Science Advisory Board of the so-called "EPA" Report on ETS, the key chapters of which were actually secretly written by an anti-smoking activist crony of Samet's, using illegal pass-through contracts to conceal his role. Samet was Chairman of the IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) committee which produced the fraudulent Monograph on Smoking and Involuntary Smoking in 2003. In 2005, Samet and three anti-smoking activist cronies formed a majority of the voting board of the ASHRAE Position Document on ETS. In addition, he committed perjury in 1998 in the State of Minnesota lawsuit against the cigarette companies, and testified in the US Department of Justice lawsuit against them as well.

The anti-smokers lie that their various reports on secondhand smoke and smoking are "independent." But in fact, they were all produced by Samet and a little handpicked clique of his fellow travelers! And every one of them is based on the scientific fraud of deliberately ignoring, or failing to adequately account for, the role of infection in diseases blamed on smoking. No input from real scientists has ever been allowed in these fraudulent reports! This is proof that the system is totally corrupt, and under the exclusive control of an evil clique of politically-connected (and PROTECTED) conspirators!

FDA Forms New Tobacco Products Panel / MedPage Today

FDA Tobacco Regulation is Founded on Deliberate FRAUD

ANTI-SMOKER SMOKER SCIENTIFIC FRAUD IS THE ISSUE! There have been more than 50 studies which show that human papillomaviruses cause over ten times more lung cancers than they pretend are caused by passive smoking. Passive smokers are more likely to have been exposed to this virus, but all of the anti’s fraudulent studies are based on nothing but lifestyle questionnaires, so that means that they have been cynically DESIGNED to falsely blame passive smoking for all those extra lung cancers that are really caused by HPV. This is how the anti-smokers' passive smoking scam operates, and how they fraudulently goose the supposed deaths from smoking as well.

HPV Causes Lung Cancer

The anti-smokers have systematically committed this same type of fraud in every single disease that they blame on smoking. This is nothing but flagrant Nazi pseudo-science, whose purpose is to commit cultural genocide against us. And the dirty traitors in Congress have let them get away with it!

Gibbered the lying Senator from Massachusetts: "The tobacco industry has a long, dishonorable history of providing misleading information about the health consequences of smoking," Kennedy said. "The largest disinformation campaign in the history of the corporate world must end." That lie-spewing piece of garbage! It's the anti-smoking vermin who deliberately use defective studies, that are designed to falsely blame smoking for diseases that are really caused by INFECTION, in order to spread lies and deceive the public! Furthermore, the bloodsuckers' precious EPA ETS report was actually written by handpicked anti-smoking activists, via illegal pass-through contracts to conceal their identities, because the real EPA scientists were against calling ETS a human carcinogen! Furthermore, on the board of directors of the pass-through company sat a crony of George W. Bush, with former California Rep. Tony Coelho to represent the Democraps' active support of scientific fraud and corruption! Gibbered the dirty lie-spewer from the most corrupt and evil organization on earth, the American Cancer Society, which is flagrantly guilty of the aforementioned scientific fraud: "'Tobacco is a product that is known to kill, yet consumers of the product are not informed about the ingredients,' said Steven Weiss, a spokesman for the lobbying arm of the American Cancer Society." The Cancer Society vermin know that their vaunted ingredients list is completely meaningless, because they get changed into generic combustion products such as benzo[a]pyrene, of which even active smokers get over six times more from ordinary food! But the bloodsucking filth have deliberately hysteria-mongered the public with phony scares about chemicals for six decades, while they concealed and suppressed research on infection! (Kennedy to seek tighter reins on tobacco. By Diedtra Henderson. Boston Globe, Jan. 3, 2007.)

Philip Morris's collusion with the anti-smokers

As for Philip Morris's support of FDA regulation: Philip Morris has been an anti-smoker Black Operation from the beginning. J. Russell Forgan, who later wrote the secret act that created the Central Intelligence Agency, in the 1930s began financing the Tobacco and Allied Stocks group that took over Philip Morris in the 1950s. Glore, Forgan was the chief underwriter of Philip Morris in the 1940s, and Forgan personally attended their director meetings in the 1950s. Edward Lasker, the stepson of the head of the head of the American Cancer Society, Mary Woodard Lasker, was on the board ofv Philip Morris from 1961 to 1981. Their media stooges anointed Philip Morris as the spokesman for the tobacco industry, so that Philip Morris could put up a sham pretense of fighting the anti-smokers, while allowing them to get away with their lies and scientific frauds.

Philip Morris's predecessor, Benson & Hedges
The "Power Elite" Controls Both Sides

A government-by-conspiracy that spews lies and defamations against its citizens is a criminal organization, not a legitimate authority!

For six decades, these lie-spewing, bloodsucking anti-smoker parasites have deliberately used defective studies which are designed to falsely blame tobacco for diseases that are really caused by infection. They created their mountain of lies for one reason: as a pretext to outlaw tobacco. The "Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act" is their corrupt bill for FDA regulation, which is crafted to provide them with authority to do so.

Page 13:

The purposes of this Act are—
(1) to provide authority to the Food and Drug Administration to regulate tobacco products under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. 301 et seq.), by recognizing it as the primary Federal regulatory authority with respect to the manufacture, marketing, and distribution of tobacco products;
(2) to ensure that the Food and Drug Administration has the authority to address issues of particular concern to public health officials, especially the use of tobacco by young people and dependence on tobacco;
(3) to authorize the Food and Drug Administration to set national standards controlling the manufacture of tobacco products and the identity, public disclosure, and amount of ingredients used in such products;
(4) to provide new and flexible enforcement authority to ensure that there is effective oversight of the tobacco industry’s efforts to develop, introduce, and promote less harmful tobacco products;

[(5) this is the filthy vermins' tool to effectively outlaw tobacco.]

(5) to vest the Food and Drug Administration with the authority to regulate the levels of tar, nicotine, and other harmful components of tobacco products.

(6) in order to ensure that consumers are better informed, to require tobacco product manufacturers to disclose research which has not previously been made available, as well as research generated in the future, relating to the health and dependency effects or safety of tobacco products;

[This is a reeking lie! To ensure that consumers are better informed, they must get to hear about the anti-smokers' scientific fraud and political corruption - SO THEY KNOW THAT IT'S THE U.S. GOVERNMENT THAT'S BEEN LYING ALL THESE YEARS!]

Page 55 - this allows the Secretary to set such ridiculous standards for nicotine or other constituents that cigarettes are effectively outlawed:

‘‘(4) CONTENT OF TOBACCO PRODUCT STANDARDS.—A tobacco product standard established under this section for a tobacco product—
‘‘(A) shall include provisions that are appropriate for the protection of the public health, including provisions, where appropriate—
‘‘(i) for the reduction of nicotine yields of the product;
‘‘(ii) for the reduction or elimination of other constituents, including smoke constituents, or harmful components of the product; or
‘‘(iii) relating to any other requirement under subparagraph (B);
‘‘(B) shall, where appropriate for the protection of the public health, include—
‘‘(i) provisions respecting the construction, components, ingredients, additives, constituents, including smoke constituents, and properties of the tobacco product;
‘‘(ii) provisions for the testing (on a sample basis or, if necessary, on an individual basis) of the tobacco product;

Page 58, here's more:

‘‘(C) STANDARD.—Upon a determination by the Secretary that an additive, constituent (including smoke constituent), or other component of the product that is the subject of the proposed tobacco product standard is harmful, it shall be the burden of any party challenging the proposed standard to prove that the proposed standard will not reduce or eliminate the risk of illness or injury.

In other words, the filthy gibbering subhumans can make any ridiculous accusation they please, with the burden of proof on the accused - just as they've done all along!

Page 107 lets the vermin pass more restrictive local laws

‘‘(a) IN GENERAL.—
‘‘(1) PRESERVATION.—Except as provided in paragraph (2)(A), nothing in this chapter, or rules 19
promulgated under this chapter, shall be construed to limit the authority of a Federal agency (including the Armed Forces), a State or political subdivision of a State, or the government of an Indian tribe to enact, adopt, promulgate, and enforce any law, rule, regulation, or other measure with respect to tobacco products that is in addition to, or more stringent than, requirements established under this chapter, including a law, rule, regulation, or other measure relating to or prohibiting the sale, distribution, possession, exposure to, access to, advertising and promotion of, or use of tobacco products by individuals of any age, information reporting to the State, or measures relating to fire safety standards for tobacco products. No provision of this chapter shall limit or otherwise affect any State, Tribal, or local taxation of tobacco products.

Page 114 assesses extortionate "user fees" - typical of those dirty parasites, who've been feeding on us all along. And it's not a "user fee" because WE don't want their "services" in the first place. It's an ABUSER fee, to fund our own persecutors.

‘‘SEC. 920. USER FEE.
The Secretary shall assess a quarterly user fee with respect to every quarter of each fiscal year commencing fiscal year 2008, calculated in accordance with this section, upon each manufacturer and importer of tobacco products subject to this chapter.
‘‘(b) FUNDING OF FDA REGULATION OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS.—The Secretary shall make user fees collected pursuant to this section available to pay, in each fiscal year, for the costs of the activities of the Food and Drug Administration related to the regulation of tobacco products under this chapter.

‘‘(A) for fiscal year 2008 shall be $85,000,000;
‘‘(B) for fiscal year 2009 shall be $175,000,000;
‘‘(C) for fiscal year 2010 shall be $300,000,000;

Page 135 - the pile of lies the filthy vermin want on the package - which they manufactured by deliberately using defective studies designed to falsely blame smoking for diseases caused by infection!

‘‘(1) IN GENERAL.—It shall be unlawful for any person to manufacture, package, sell, offer to sell, distribute, or import for sale or distribution within the United States any cigarettes the package of which fails to bear, in accordance with the requirements of this section, one of the following labels:

‘‘WARNING: Cigarettes are addictive’. [A trumped-up smear concocted by the same filthy vermin who commit the scientific frauds.]

‘‘WARNING: Tobacco smoke can harm your children’. [Anti-smokers are ignoring the fact that EBV and HPV infect children]

EBV & Socioeconomic Status
HPV Infects Kids

‘‘WARNING: Cigarettes cause fatal lung disease’.[See how little research on infection that the vermin have done, so they can keep blaming smoking]

Cytomegalovirus Is Implicated in COPD

‘‘WARNING: Cigarettes cause cancer’. [See how many different kinds of cancer the anti-smoker filth have lied about!]

Lies About Smoking and Cervical Cancer
Helicobacter pylori causes ulcers and stomach cancer - see how the vermin committed perjury at the Minnesota tobacco trial!
Epstein-Barr Virus Causes Gastric Carcinoma
Hepatitis Viruses are the Real Cause of "Smoking Related" Liver Cancer
Epstein-Barr Virus Causes Nasopharyngeal Cancer
Epstein-Barr Virus Causes Lymphomas
HPV Causes Head and Neck Cancers
HPV Causes Oral Cancer
HPV is implicated in laryngeal cancer
HPV is implicated in bladder cancer
HPVs Cause Skin Cancer
JC Polyoma Virus Causes Colon Cancer

‘‘WARNING: Cigarettes cause strokes and heart disease’.

How the Public Was Brainwashed About Heart Disease - see how the vermin suppressed research on infection for 30 years
Infections Cause Stroke
Chlamydia pneumoniae Causes Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

‘‘WARNING: Smoking during pregnancy can harm your baby’. [see how the bloodsucking subhumans have concealed an enormous, gold-standard study by the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke]

Chorioamnionitis Causes Perinatal Illnesses Blamed on Smoking

‘‘WARNING: Smoking can kill you’. [NO, IT DOESN'T. Anti-smokers use fraudulent studies to falsely blame smoking.]


HPV Causes Lung Cancer
EBV Causes Lymphoepithelioma-like Lung Cancer
Adenoviruses Are Implicated in Lung Cancer

[Furthermore, their precious "EPA" ETS report was actually written by handpicked anti-smokers (one of whom has publicly confessed), using illegal pass-through contracts to conceal their role, because the real EPA scientists were against calling ETS a human carcinogen. And, on the board of directors of the corrupt EPA contractor sat a crony of George W. Bush, and a bigshot of the Democratic Party as well!]

The EPA's ETS Lies

‘‘WARNING: Quitting smoking now greatly reduces serious risks to your health’.[NO, IT DOESN'T. Anti-smokers use fraudulent studies to falsely blame smoking.]

The dirty bloodsucking lie-spewers have smear-labels for other tobacco products, too.

Rep. Waxman's Statement

Waxman's Statement / Waxman - House.gov (pdf, 1 p)

Bill Text

Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act / Waxman - House.gov (pdf, 156 pp)


Summary / Waxman - House.gov (pdf, 6 pp)

Food and Drug Administration, Petitioners, V. Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corp., Respondents. On Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Brief Amicus Curiae of Pacific Legal Foundation in Support of Affirmance. No. 98-1152.

Food and Drug Administration v. Brown and Williamson / UCSF (pdf, 17 pp)



February 15, 2007

Mr. KENNEDY (for himself, Mr. CORNYN, Mr. HARKIN, Mr. MCCAIN, Mr. DURBIN, Mr. LUGAR, Mr. DODD, Mr. SMITH, Mr. REED, Ms. SNOWE, Mr. LAUTENBERG, Ms. MURKOWSKI, Mr. BINGAMAN, Ms. COLLINS, Ms. MIKULSKI, Mr. STEVENS, Mrs. MURRAY, Mr. DOMENICI, Mrs. CLINTON, Mr. COCHRAN, Mrs. FEINSTEIN, Mr. LEAHY, Mr. OBAMA, Mr. SANDERS, Mr. BROWN, Mr. SCHUMER, Mr. AKAKA, Mr. KOHL, Ms. CANTWELL, Mr. CARPER, and Mr. NELSON of Florida) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

S-625 / GovTrack

Cosponsors [as of 2007-08-25]: Sen. Edward Kennedy [D-MA]; Sen. Daniel Akaka [D-HI]; Sen. Evan Bayh [D-IN]; Sen. Joseph Biden [D-DE]; Sen. Jeff Bingaman [D-NM]; Sen. Barbara Boxer [D-CA]; Sen. Sherrod Brown [D-OH]; Sen. Robert Byrd [D-WV]; Sen. Maria Cantwell [D-WA]; Sen. Benjamin Cardin [D-MD]; Sen. Thomas Carper [D-DE]; Sen. Robert Casey [D-PA]; Sen. Hillary Clinton [D-NY]; Sen. Thad Cochran [R-MS]; Sen. Norm Coleman [R-MN]; Sen. Susan Collins [R-ME]; Sen. John Cornyn [R-TX]; Sen. Christopher Dodd [D-CT]; Sen. Pete Domenici [R-NM]; Sen. Byron Dorgan [D-ND]; Sen. Richard Durbin [D-IL]; Sen. Russell Feingold [D-WI]; Sen. Dianne Feinstein [D-CA]; Sen. Thomas Harkin [D-IA]; Sen. Daniel Inouye [D-HI]; Sen. Tim Johnson [D-SD]; Sen. John Kerry [D-MA]; Sen. Amy Klobuchar [D-MN]; Sen. Herbert Kohl [D-WI]; Sen. Frank Lautenberg [D-NJ]; Sen. Patrick Leahy [D-VT]; Sen. Carl Levin [D-MI]; Sen. Joseph Lieberman [I-CT]; Sen. Blanche Lincoln [D-AR]; Sen. Richard Lugar [R-IN]; Sen. John McCain [R-AZ]; Sen. Robert Menéndez [D-NJ]; Sen. Barbara Mikulski [D-MD]; Sen. Lisa Murkowski [R-AK]; Sen. Patty Murray [D-WA]; Sen. Bill Nelson [D-FL]; Sen. Barack Obama [D-IL]; Sen. John Reed [D-RI]; Sen. Ken Salazar [D-CO]; Sen. Bernard Sanders [I-VT]; Sen. Charles Schumer [D-NY]; Sen. Gordon Smith [R-OR]; Sen. Olympia Snowe [R-ME]; Sen. Arlen Specter [R-PA]; Sen. Debbie Ann Stabenow [D-MI]; Sen. Ted Stevens [R-AK]; Sen. Jon Tester [D-MT]; Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse [D-RI].

S-625 Bill Status / GovTrack

The House of Representatives, HR-1256, Apr. 2, 2009

298 Ayes (228 D, 70 R), 112 Nays (8 D, 104 R), 21 Present/Not Voting (17 D, 4 R)

Aye Votes

Michael Rogers R-AL; Parker Griffith D-AL; Spencer Bacchus R-AL; Artur Davis D-AL; Donald Young R-AK; Edward Pastor D-AZ; Harry Mitchell D-AZ; Gabrielle Giffords D-AZ; Robert Berry D-AR; Victor Snyder D-AR; Mike Ross D-AR; C. Thompson D-CA; Doris Matsui D-CA; Lynn Woolsey D-CA; George Miller D-CA; Barbara Lee D-CA; Ellen Tauscher D-CA; Jerry McNerny D-CA; Jackie Speier D-CA; Fortney Stark D-CA; Anna Eshoo D-CA; Michael Honda D-CA; Zoe Lofgren D-CA; Sam Farr D-CA; Kevin McCarthy R-CA; Lois Capps D-CA; Elton Gallegly R-CA; Howard McKeon R-CA; David Dreier R-CA; Brad Sherman D-CA; Howard Berman D-CA; Adam Schiff D-CA; Henry Waxman D-CA; Diane Watson D-CA; Maxine Waters D-CA; Jane Harman D-CA; Laura Richardson D-CA; Linda Sanchez D-CA; Joe Baca D-CA; Mary Bono Mack D-CA; Loretta Sanchez D-CA; Brian Bilbray R-CA; Bob Filner D-CA; Susan Davis D-CA; Dianna DeGette D-CO; Jared Polis D-CO; Betsy Markey D-CO; Ed Perlmutter D-CO; Joe Courtney D-CT; Rosa DeLauro D-CT; James Himes D-CT; Christopher Murphy D-CT; Michael Castle D-DE; Allen Boyd D-FL; Corrine Brown D-FL; Ander Crenshaw R-FL; Virginia Brown-Waite R-FL; Alan Grayson D-FL; Gus Bilirakis R-FL; C.W. Young R-FL; Kathy Castor D-FL; Adam Putnam R-FL; Vern Buchanan R-FL; Kendrick Meek D-FL; Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R-FL; Robert Wexler D-FL; Debbie Wasserman Schultz D-FL; Ron Klein D-FL; Alcee Hastings D-FL; Suzanne Kosmas D-FL; Henry Johnson D-GA; John Lewis D-GA; James Marshall D-GA; John Barrow D-GA; David Scott D-GA; Neil Abercrombie D-HI; Mazie Hirono D-HI; Walter Minnick D-ID; Michael Simpson R-ID; Bobby Rush D-IL; Jesse Jackson D-IL; Daniel Lipinski D-IL; Peter Roskam R-IL; Danny Davis D-IL; Melissa Bean D-IL; Janice Schakowsky D-IL; Mark Kirk R-IL; Deborah Halvorson D-IL; Jerry Costello D-IL; Judy Biggert R-IL; Bill Foster D-IL; Timothy Johnson R-IL; Donald Manzullo R-IL; Phil Hare D-IL; Aaron Schock R-IL; John Shimkus R-IL; Peter Visclosky D-IN; Joe Donnelly D-IN; André Carson D-IN; Brad Ellsworth D-IN; Baron Hill D-IN; Bruce Braley D-IA; David Loebsack D-IA; Leonard Boswell D-IA; Dennis Moore D-KS; John Yarmuth D-KY; Ben Chandler D-KY; Anh Cao R-LA; Charles Melancon D-LA; John Fleming R-LA; Bill Cassidy R-LA; Chellie Pingree D-ME; Michael Michaud D-ME; Frank Kratovil D-MD; C.A. Ruppersberger D-MD; John Sarbanes D-MD; Donna Edwards D-MD; Steny Hoyer D-MD; Roscoe Bartlett R-MD; Elijah Cummings D-MD; Christopher Van Hollen D-MD; John Olver D-MA; Richard Neal D-MA; James McGovern D-MA; Barney Frank D-MA; Niki Tsongas D-MA; John Tierney D-MA; Edward Markey D-MA; Michael Capuano D-MA; Stephen Lynch D-MA; William Delahunt D-MA; Bart Stupak D-MI; Vernon Ehlers R-MI; David Camp R-MI; Dale Kildee D-MI; Frederick Upton R-MI; Mark Schauer D-MI; Gary Peters D-MI; Candice Miller R-MI; Carolyn Kilpatrick D-MI; John Conyers D-MI; John Dingell D-MI; Timothy Walz D-MN; Erik Paulsen R-MN; Betty McCollum D-MN; Keith Ellison D-MN; James Oberstar D-MN; Travis Childers D-MS; Bennie Thompson D-MS; Gregg Harper R-MS; Gene Taylor D-MS; William Clay D-MO; Russ Carnahan D-MO; Ike Skelton D-MO; Emanuel Cleaver D-MO; Jo Ann Emerson R-MO; Dennis Rehberg R-MT; Jeffrey Fortenberry R-NE; Lee Terry R-NE; Shelley Berkley D-NV; Dina Titus D-NV; Carol Shea-Porter D-NH; Paul Hodes D-NH; Robert Andrews D-NJ; Frank LoBiondo R-NJ; John Adler D-NJ; Christopher Smith R-NJ; Frank Pallone D-NJ; Leonard Lance R-NJ; Steven Rothman D-NJ; Donald Payne D-NJ; Rodney Frelinghuysen R-NJ; Rush Holt D-NJ; Albio Sires D-NJ; Martin Heinrich D-NM; Harry Teague D-NM; Timothy Bishop D-NY; Steve Israel D-NY; Peter King R-NY; Carolyn McCarthy D-NY; Gary Ackerman D-NY; Gregory Meeks D-NY; Joseph Crowleyb D-NY; Jerrold Nadler D-NY; Anthony Weiner D-NY; Edolphus Towns D-NY; Yvette Clark D-NY; Michael McMahon D-NY; Carolyn Maloney D-NY; Charles Rangel D-NY; José Serrano D-NY; Eliot Engel D-NY; Nita Lowey D-NY; John Hall D-NY; Paul Tonko D-NY; Maurice Hinchey D-NY; John McHugh R-NY; Michael Arcuri D-NY; Daniel Maffei D-NY; Christopher Lee D-NY; Brian Higgins D-NY; Louise Slaughter D-NY; Eric Massa D-NY; George Butterfield D-NC; Bob Etheridge D-NC; David Price D-NC; Melvin Watt D-NC; R. Miller D-NC; Earl Pomeroy D-ND; Steve Driehaus D-OH; Michael Turner R-OH; Charles Wilson D-OH; Steve Austria R-OH; Marcy Kaptur D-OH; Dennis Kucinich D-OH; Marcia Fudge D-OH; Patrick Tiberi R-OH; Betty Sutton D-OH; Steven LaTourette R-OH; Mary Jo Kilroy D-OH; John Boccieri D-OH; Timothy Ryan D-OH; Zackary Space D-OH; Dan Boren D-OK; Mary Fallin R-OK; Greg Walden R-OR; Earl Blumenauer D-OR; Peter DeFazio D-OR; Kurt Schrader D-OR; Robert Brady D-PA; Chaka Fattah D-PA; Kathleen Dahlkemper D-PA; Jason Altmire D-PA; Jim Gerlach R-PA; Joe Sestak D-PA; Patrick Murphy D-PA; Paul Kanjorski D-PA; John Murtha D-PA; Allyson Schwartz D-PA; Michael Doyle D-PA; Charles Dent R-PA; Tim Holden D-PA; Tim Murphy R-PA; Todd Platts R-PA; Patrick Kennedy D-RI; James Langevin D-RI; Henry Brown R-SC; John Spratt D-SC; James Clyburn D-SC; Stephanie Herseth Sandlin D-SD; John Duncan R-TN; Zach Wamp R-TN; Jim Cooper D-TN; Barton Gordon D-TN; John Tanner D-TN; Steve Cohen D-TN; Ralph Hall R-TX; Kevin Brady R-TX; Al Green D-TX; Michael McCaul R-TX; Silvestre Reyes D-TX; Thomas Edwards D-TX; Sheila Jackson-Lee D-TX; Lamar Smith R-TX; Ciro Rodriguez D-TX; Lloyd Doggett D-TX; Solomon Ortiz D-TX; Henry Cuellar D-TX; Raymond Green D-TX; Eddie Johnson D-TX; Jim Matheson D-UT; Peter Welch D-VT; Rob Wittman R-VA; Glenn Nye D-VA; Robert Scott D-VA; Eric Cantor R-VA; James Moran D-VA; Frederick Boucher D-VA; Frank Wolf R-VA; Gerald Connolly D-VA; Jay Inslee D-WA; Rick Larsen D-WA; Brian Baird D-WA; Doc Hastings R-WA; Cathy McMorris Rodgers R-WA; Norman Dicks D-WA; James McDermott D-WA; Dave Reichert R-WA; Adam Smith D-WA; Alan Mollohan D-WV; Shelley Capito R-WV; Nick Rahall D-WV; Tammy Baldwin D-WI; Ronald Kind D-WI; Gwen Moore D-WI; David Obey D-WI; Steve Kagen D-WI.

Nay Votes

Jo Bonner R-AL; Bobby Bright D-AL; Robert Aderholt R-AL; Ann Kirkpatrick D-AZ; Trent Franks R-AZ; John Shadegg R-AZ; Jeff Flake R-AZ; John Boozman R-AR; Walter Herger R-CA; Daniel Lungren R-CA; Tom McClintock R-CA; George Radanovich R-CA; Jim Costa D-CA; Devin Nunes R-CA; Edward Royce R-CA; Jerry Lewis R-CA; Ken Calvert R-CA; Dana Rohrbacher R-CA; John Campbell R-CA; Darrell Issa R-CA; Duncan Hunter R-CA; Doug Lamborn R-CO; Mike Coffman R-CO; Jeff Miller R-FL; Clifford Stearns R-FL; John Mica R-FL; Connie Mack R-FL; Bill Posey R-FL; Thomas Rooney R-FL; Lincoln Diaz-Balart R-FL; Mario Diaz-Balart R-FL; Jack Kingston R-GA; Tom Price R-GA; John Linder R-GA; Nathan Deal R-GA; John Gingrey R-GA; Mark Souder R-IN; Stephen Buyer R-IN; Dan Burton R-IN; Mike Pence R-IN; Thomas Latham R-IA; Steve King R-IA; Jerry Moran R-KS; Lynn Jenkins R-KS; Todd Tiahrt R-KS; Edward Whitfield R-KY; Brett Guthrie R-KY; Geoff Davis R-KY; Harold Rogers R-KY; Steve Scalise R-LA; Rodney Alexander R-LA; Charles Boustany R-LA; Peter Hoekstra R-MI; Michael Rogers R-MI; Thaddeus McCotter R-MI; John Kline R-MN; Michele Bachmann R-MN; Collin Peterson D-MN; W. Akin R-MO; Samuel Graves R-MO; Blaine Luetkemeyer R-MO; Adrian Smith R-NE; Dean Heller R-NV; Scott Garrett R-NJ; Walter Jones R-NC; Virginia Foxx R-NC; Howard Coble R-NC; Mike McIntyre D-NC; Larry Kissell D-NC; Sue Myrick R-NC; Patrick McHenry R-NC; Heath Shuler D-NC; Jean Schmidt R-OH; Jim Jordan R-OH; Robert Latta R-OH; John Boehner R-OH; John Sullivan R-OK; Frank Lucas R-OK; Tom Cole R-OK; Glenn Thompson R-PA; William Shuster R-PA; Joseph Pitts R-PA; Addison Wilson R-SC; James Barrett R-SC; Bob Inglis R-SC; David Roe R-TN; Lincoln Davis D-TN; Marsha Blackburn R-TN; Louis Gohmert R-TX; Ted Poe R-TX; Samuel Johnson R-TX; Jeb Hensarling R-TX; Joe Barton R-TX; John Culberson R-TX; K. Conaway R-TX; Kay Granger R-TX; William Thornberry R-TX; Ronald Paul R-TX; Randy Neugebauer R-TX; Pete Olson R-TX; Kenny Marchant R-TX; Michael Burgess R-TX; John Carter R-TX; Peter Sessions R-TX; Rob Bishop R-UT; Jason Chaffetz R-UT; James Forbes R-VA; Thomas Perriello D-VA; Robert Goodlatte R-VA; Paul Ryan R-WI; F. Sensenbrenner R-WI; Thomas Petri R-WI; Cynthia Lummis R-WY.

Present / Not Voting

Raul Grijalva D-AZ; Dennis Cardoza D-CA; Xavier Vecerra D-CA; Lucille Roybal-Allard D-CA; Grace Napolitano D-CA; Gary Miller R-CA; John Salazar D-CO; John Larson D-CT; Sanford Bishop D-GA; Lynn Westmoreland R-GA; Paul Broun R-GA; Luis Gutiérrez D-IL; Sander Levin D-MI; Roy Blunt R-MO; William Pascrell D-NJ; Ben Lujan D-NM; Nydia Velazquez D-NY; David Wu D-OR; Christopher Carney D-PA; Rubén Hinojosa D-TX; Charles Gonzalez D-TX.

Text of H.R.1256 as Placed on Calendar Senate / OpenCongress

The House of Representatives, HR-1108, July 30, 2008


Look at the kind if despicable, cowardly reasons - INSTEAD OF GOOD ONES - that the supposed opponents gave for voting against it. Look at that cringing bootlicker, Rep. BOEHNER of Ohio, p. H7570: "Now, listen. Most of my colleagues know that I smoke. I know that smoking is probably not good for my health. Most people who smoke in America know that smoking is probably not good for their health. Do we need the Federal Government to tell us? Do we need to spend $5 billion of smokers' money for the government to tell us that smoking is not good for us? I don't think so. This bill has not been through the legislative process as everything was promised that it should be. Frankly, the whole idea that the Federal Government ought to regulate more and more and more of our lives just gets under my skin." You loathsome whore of all whores, the Government has been funding deliberate scientific fraud for over six decades, for the express purpose of tyrannizing over our personal lives - and you haven't so much as batted an eyelid about it yet An unending torrent of LIES LIES LIES LIES LIES - with YOU endorsing every vicious, rancid one of them!

Mr. BARTON of Texas: "On the substance of the bill, I disagree with the central premise, that the Food and Drug Administration should have the authority under this bill that actually certifies that tobacco is a responsible product. Isn't that an ironic thing? This bill is, in my opinion, a marketing allocation bill more than it is a regulation bill. The FDA does not have the resources to do this new responsibility. The FDA is not the tobacco police. The FDA should not be responsible for going into every convenience store and grocery store and tobacco shop in America making sure that the tobacco products are sold exactly as required." WHAT ABOUT THE MASSIVE SCIENTIFIC FRAUD THAT THE PROPONENTS OF THIS FILTHY BILL HAVE COMMITTED? The dirty little whore snivels, "I do agree that cigarettes are bad for people's health. I have never smoked a cigarette. I don't allow smoking in my office. I don't take any kind of campaign funds from tobacco companies. So I do practice what I preach, Madam Speaker, but I do not believe that this bill addresses the underlying problem in a satisfactory way."

Mr. BUYER of Indiana, p. H7570: "As we discuss H.R. 1108, the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, the question before the House is not whether we want to decrease youth smoking as the bill is purported to do. The question is, after years of headlines and alarming stories about the FDA's failure to protect our Nation's food and drug supplies, do we in Congress believe that the FDA is in a place to take on a multi-billion dollar tobacco industry?" You corrupt Congressmaggot, don't blather about the power of the tobacco industry when YOU have been funding systematic scientific fraud for the anti-smokers, with billions of our tax dollars, for the last six decades!

Mr. COBLE, of North Carolina, p. H7572: "Let's be candid, Madam Speaker; should the FDA spend its time regulating tobacco on the farm and in manufacturing facilities, despite warnings on cigarette labels which alert consumers to their danger, or should it focus on the core mission of ensuring the safety and soundness of our food, drugs and cosmetics? I also have concerns with the impact this legislation would have upon tobacco manufacturers and their employees. These companies employ many hardworking, diligent working North Carolinians, and I believe the FDA regulation of tobacco would negatively affect these manufacturing jobs." Then why did you let the anti-smokers get away with scientific fraud, you crocodile tear-gushing phony! Mr. SHULER, of North Carolina: "Madam Speaker, I rise in strong opposition of this legislation. I don't smoke, and I never have. I'm a father of two small children. You won't find a bigger opponent of tobacco use in this Congress... The FDA is dangerously overworked." WHAT ABOUT THE SCIENTIFIC FRAUD?!

Mr. BLACKBURN of Tennessee, p. H7573: "Madam Speaker, I rise today in opposition to the bill. And I will tell you, I have great respect for the chairman and the author of the bill, but I respectfully disagree with them on this issue. I've also served as an active volunteer with the Lung Association and with the Cancer Society and have worked diligently to stop teen smoking, but I disagree with the approach that is being taken here today. Rather than forcing the ill-equipped FDA to regulate tobacco products, Congress should strengthen existing programs to prevent illegal tobacco use." You filthy whore, those corrupt organizations are directly responsible for the massive scientific fraud! (Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, July 30, 2008.)

Speech of Ms. FOXX, of North Carolina, July 30, 2008: "Finally, this legislation would have little impact on overall tobacco use. If this bill is enacted, the Congressional Budget Office has estimated that smoking by adults would decline only by 2 percent after 10 years. This marginal reduction does not warrant this legislation's significant intrusion on free speech rights and expansion of government-run regulatory bureaucracy. Therefore, I strongly oppose this bill and urge my colleagues to vote against it." So, this traitor thinks that wiping out tobacco use would be a good thing. Better that we should wipe out the corrupt, lying United States Congress!

July 30, 2008 Vote on HR-1108, the identical bill in the House:

Aye Votes

Jo Bonner [R-AL], Terry Everett [R-AL], Michael Rogers [R-AL], Robert Cramer [D-AL], [Arthur Davis [D-AL], Donald Young [R-AK], Rick Renzi [R-AZ], Edward Pastor [D-AZ], Harry Mitchell [D-AZ], Raul Grijalva [D-AZ], Gabrielle Ciffords [D-AZ], Robert Berry [D-AR], Victor Snyder [D-AR], John Boozman [R-AR], Mike Ross [D-AR], C. Thompson [D-CA], Doris Matsui [D-CA], Lynn Woolsey [D-CA], George Miller [D-CA], Barbara Lee [D-CA], Ellen Tauscher [D-CA], Jerry McNerney [D-CA], Jackie Speier [D-CA], Fortney Stark [D-CA], Anna Eshoo [D-CA], Michael Honda [D-CA], Zoe Lofgren [D-CA], Sam Farr [D-CA], Dennis Cardoza [D-CA], Jim Costa [D-CA],, Kevin McCarthy [R-CA], Lois Capps [D-CA], Elton Gallegly [R-CA], Howard McKeon [R-CA], David Dreier [R-CA], Brad Sherman [D-CA], Howard Berman [D-CA], Adam Schiff [D-CA], Henry Waxman [D-CA], Xavier Becerra [D-CA], Hilda Solis [D-CA], Diane Watson [D-CA], Lucille Roybal-Allard [D-CA], Maxine Waters [D-CA], Jane Harman [D-CA], Laura Richardson [D-CA], Grace Napolitano [D-CA], Linda Sanchez [D-CA], Mary Bono Mack [R-CA], Loretta Sanchez [D-CA], Brian Bilbray [R-CA], Bob Filner [D-CA], Susan Davis [D-CA], Diana DeGette [D-CO], Mark Udall [D-CO], John Salazar [D-CA], Ed Perlmutter [D-CO], John Larson [D-CT], Joe Courtney [D-CT], Rosa DeLauro [D-CT], Christopher Shays [R-CT], Christopher Murphy [D-CT], Michael Castle [R-DE], F. Boyd [D-FL], Corrine Brown [D-FL], Ander Crenshaw [R-FL], Gus Bilirakis [R-FL], C.W. Young [R-FL], Kathy Castor [D-FL], Adam Putnam [R-FL], Vern Buchanan [R-FL], Tim Mahoney [D-FL], Kendrick Meek [D-FL], Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R-FL], Robert Wexler [D-FL], Debbie Wasserman Schultz [D-FL], Ron Klein [D-FL], Alcee Hastings [D-FL], Sanford Bishop [D-GA], Henry Johnson [D-GA], John Lewis [D-GA], John Linder [R-GA], James Marshall [D-GA], John Barrow [D-GA], David Scott [D-GA], Neil Abercrombie [D-HI], Mazie Hirono [D-HI], Michael Simpson [R-ID], Bobby Rush [D-IL], Jesse Jackson [D-IL], Daniel Lipinski [D-IL], Luis Gutiérrez [D-IL], Rahm Emanuel [D-IL], Peter Roskam [R-IL], Danny Davis [D-IL], Melissa Bean [D-IL], Janice Schakowsky [D-IL], Mark Kirk [R-IL], Gerald Weller [R-IL], Jerry Costello [D-IL], Judy Biggert [R-IL], Bill Foster [D-IL], Timothy Johnson [R-IL], Donald Manzullo [R-IL], Phil Hare [D-IL], Ray LaHood [R-IL], John Shimkus [R-IL], Peter Visclosky [D-IN], Joe Donnelly [D-IN], Dan Burton [R-IN], André Carson [D-IN], Brad Ellsworth [D-IN], Baron Hill [D-IN], Bruce Braley [D-IA], David Loebsack [D-IA], Leonard Boswell [D-IA], Jerry Moran [R-KS], Nancy Boyda [D-KS], Dennis Moore [D-KS], Todd Tiahrt [R-KS], John Yarmuth [D-KY], Ben Chandler [D-KY], William Jefferson [D-LA], Charles Melancon [D-LA], Rodney Alexander [R-LA], Donald Cazayoux [D-LA], Thomas Allen [D-ME], Michael Michaud [D-ME], Wayne Gilchrest [R-MD], C.A. Ruppersberger [D-MD], John Sarbanes [D-MD], Donna Edwards [D-MD], Steny Hoyer [D-MD], Roscoe Bartlett [R-MD], Elijah Cummings [D-MD], Christopher Van Hollen [D-MD], John Olver [D-MA], Richard Neal [D-MA], James McGovern [D-MA], Barney Frank [D-MA], Niki Tsongas [D-MA], John Tierney [D-MA], Edward Markey [D-MA], Michael Capuano [D-MA], Stephen Lynch [D-MA], William Delahunt [D-MA], Bart Stupak [D-MI], Peter Hoekstra [R-MI], Vernon Ehlers [R-MI], David Camp [R-MI], Dale Kildee [D-MI], Frederick Upton [R-MI], Michael Rogers [R-MI], Joseph Knollenberg [R-MI], Candice Miller [R-MI], Sander Levin [D-MI], Carolyn Kilpatrick [D-MI], John Conyers [D-MI], John Dingell [D-MI], Timothy Walz [D-MN], James Ramstad [R-MN], Betty McCollum [D-MN], Keith Ellison [D-MN], Colin Peterson [D-MN], James Oberstar [D-MN], Travis Childers [D-MS], Bennie Thompson [D-MS], Charles Pickering [R-MS], Gene Taylor [D-MS], William Clay [D-MO], Russ Carnahan [D-MO], Ike Skelton [D-MO], Emanuel Cleaver [D-MO], Samuel Graves [R-MO], Jo Ann Emerson [R-MO], Dennis Rehberg [R-MT], Jeffrey Fortenberry [R-NE], Lee Terry [R-NE], Shelley Berkley [D-NV], Jon Porter [R-NV], Carol Shea-Porter [D-NH], Paul Hodes [D-NH], Robert Andrews [D-NJ], Frank LoBiondo [R-NJ], H. Saxton [R-NJ], Christopher Smith [R-NJ], Frank Pallone [D-NJ], Michael Ferguson [R-NJ], William Pascrell [D-NJ], Steven Rothman [D-NJ], Donald Payne [D-NJ], Rodney Frelinghuysen [R-NJ], Rush Holt [D-NJ], Albio Sires [D-NJ], Heather Wilson [R-NM], Tom Udall [D-NM], Timothy Bishop [D-NY], Steve Israel [D-NY], Peter King [R-NY], Carolyn McCarthy [D-NY], Gary Ackerman [D-NY], Gregory Meeks [D-NY], Joseph Crowley [D-NY], Jerrold Nadler [D-NY], Anthony Weiner [D-NY], Edolphus Towns [D-NY], Yvette Clarke [D-NY], Nydia Velazquez [D-NY], Vito Fossella [R-NY], José Serrano [D-NY], Eliot Engel [D-NY], Nita Lowey [D-NY], John Hall [D-NY], Kirsten Gillibrand [D-NY], Michael McNulty [D-NY], Maurice Hinchey [D-NY], John McHugh [R-NY], Michael Arcuri [D-NY], James Walsh [R-NY], Brian Higgins [D-NY], Louise Slaughter [D-NY], John Kuhl [R-NY], George Butterfield [D-NC], Bob Etheridge [D-NC], David Price [D-NC], Mike McIntyre [D-NC], Melvin Watt [D-NC], R. Miller [D-NC], Earl Pomeroy [D-ND], Steven Chabot [R-OH], Michael Turner [R-OH], Charles Wilson [D-OH], David Hobson [R-OH], Marcy Kaptur [D-OH], Dennis Kucinich [D-OH], Stephanie Jones [D-OH], Patrick Tiberi [R-OH], Betty Sutton [D-OH], Steven LaTourette [R-OH], Deborah Pryce [R-OH], Ralph Regula [R-OH], Timothy Ryan [D-OH], Zackary Space [D-OH], Dan Boren [D-OK], Mary Fallin [R-OK], David Wu [D-OR], Greg Walden [R-OR], Earl Blumenauer [D-OR], Peter DeFazio [D-OR], Darlene Hooley [D-OR], Robert Brady [D-PA], Chaka Fattah [D-PA], Philip English [R-PA], Jason Altmire [D-PA], John Peterson [R-PA], Jim Gerlach [R-PA], Joe Sestak [D-PA], Patrick Murphy [D-PA], William Shuster [R-PA], Christopher Carney [D-PA], Paul Kanjorski [D-PA], John Murtha [D-PA], Allyson Schwartz [D-PA], Michael Doyle [D-PA], Charles Dent [R-PA], Tim Holden [D-PA], Tim Murphy [R-PA], Todd Platts [R-PA], Patrick Kennedy [D-RI], Jame Langevin [D-RI], Henry Brown [R-SC], John Spratt [D-SC], James Clyburn [D-SC], Stephanie Herseth Sandin [D-SD], John Duncan [R-TN], Zach Wamp [R-TN], Jim Cooper [D-TN], Barton Gordon [D-TN], John Tanner [D-TN], Steve Cohen [D-TN], Samuel Johnson [R-TX], Ralph Hall [R-TX], Kevin Brady [R-TX], Al Green [D-TX], Michael McCaul [R-TX], Kay Granger [R-TX], Rubén Hinojosa [D-TX], Silvestre Reyes [D-TX], Thomas Edwards [D-TX], Sheila Jackson-Lee [D-TX], Charles Gonzalez [D-TX], Lamar Smith [R-TX], Nicholas Lampson [D-TX], Ciro Rodriguez [D-TX], Lloyd Doggett [D-TX], Solomon Ortiz [D-TX], Henry Cuellar [D-TX], Raymond Green [D-TX], Eddie Johnson [D-TX], Jim Matheson [D-UT], Peter Welch [D-VT], Rob Wittman [R-VA], Thelma Drake [R-VA], Robert Scott [D-VA], Eric Cantor [R-VA], James Moran [D-VA], Frederick Boucher [D-VA], Frank Wolf [R-VA], Thomas Davis [R-VA], Jay Inslee [D-WA], Rick Larsen [D-WA], Brian Baird [D-WA], Doc Hastings [R-WA], Cathy McMorris Rodgers [R-WA], Norman Dicks [D-WA], James McDermott [D-WA], Dave Reichert [R-WA], Adam Smith [D-WA], Alan Mollohan [D-WV], Shelley Capito [R-WV], Nick Rahall [D-WV], Tammy Baldwin [D-WI], Ronald Kind [D-WI], Gwen Moore [D-WI], David Obey [D-WI], Steve Kagen [D-WI].

Nay Votes - REMEMBER: Nothing whatsoever has ever stopped these cowards from speaking out against the anti-smokers' scientific fraud - yet they have refused to do so, ever.

Robert Aderholt [R-AL], Spencer Bachus [R-AL], Trent Franks [R-AZ], John Shadegg [R-AZ], Jeff Flake [R-AZ], Walter Herger [R-CA], Daniel Lungren [R-CA], John Doolittle [R-CA], George Radanovich [R-CA], Devin Nunes [R-CA], Edward Royce [R-CA], Jerry Lewis [R-CA], Gary Miller [R-CA], Joe Baca [D-CA], Ken Calvert [R-CA], Dana Rohraabacher [R-CA], John Campbell [R-CA], Darrell Issa [R-CA], Duncan Hunter [R-CA], Marilyn Musgrave [R-CO], Doug Lambom [R-CO], Thomas Tancredo [R-CO], Jeff Miller [R-FL], Clifford Stearns [R-FL], John Mica R-FL], Ric Keller [R-FL], Connie Mack [R-FL], David Weldon [R-FL], Lincoln Diaz-Balart [R-FL], Tom Feeney [R-FL], Mario Diaz-Balart [R-FL], Jack Kingston [R-GA], Lynn Westmoreland [R-GA], Tom Price [R-GA], Nathan Deal [R-GA], Paul Broun [R-GA], John Gingrey [R-GA], Bill Sali [R-ID], Mark Souder [R-IN], Stephen R. Buyer [R-IN], Mike Pence [R-IN], Thomas Latham [R-IA], Steve King [R-IA], Edward Whitfield [R-KY], Ron Lewis [R-KY], Geoff Davis [R-KY], Harold Rogers [R-KY], Steve Scalise [R-LA], James McCrery [R-LA], Charles Boustany [R-LA], Timothy Walberg [R-MI], Thaddeus McCotter [R-MI], John Kline [R-MN], Michele Bachmann [R-MN], W. Akin [R-MO], Adrian Smith [R-NE], Dean Heller [R-NV], E. Garrett [R-NJ], Steven Pearce [R-NM], Thomas Reynolds [R-NY], Walter Jones [R-NC], Virginia Foxx [R-NC], Howard Coble [R-NC], Robin Hayes [R-NC], Sue Myrick [R-NC], Patrick McHenry [R-NC], Heath Shuler [D-NC], Jean Schmidt [R-OH], Jim Jordan [R-OH], Robert Latta [R-OH], John Boehner [R-OH], John Sullivan [R-OK], Frank Lucas [R-OK], Tom Cole [R-OK], Joseph Pitts [R-PA], Addison Wilson [R-PA], James Barrett [R-SC], Bob Inglis [R-SC], David Davis [R-TN], Lincoln Davis [D-TN], Marsha Blackburn [R-TN], Louis Gohmert [R-TX], Ted Poe [R-RX], Jeb Hensarling [R-TX], Joe Barton [R-TX], John Culberson [R-TX], K. Conaway [R-TX], William Thornberry [R-TX], Ronald Paul [R-TX], Randy Neugebauer [R-TX], Kenny Marchant [R-TX], Michael Burgess [R-TX], John Carter [R-TX], Peter Sessions [R-TX], Rob Bishop [R-UT], Christopher Cannon [R-UT], James R. Forbes [R-VA], Virgil Goode [R-VA], Robert Goodlatte [R-VA], Paul Ryan [R-WI], F. Sensenbrenner [R-WI], Thomas Petri [R-WI].

Did Not Vote

Virginia Brown-Waite [R-FL], Roy Blunt [R-MO], Kenny Hulshof [R-MO], Carolyn Maloney [D-NY], Charles Rangel [D-NY], Barbara Cubin [R-WY].

HR-1108 / GovTrack

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has spent over $1 million to lobby for FDA regulation of tobacco

Educating key audiences about FDA regulation of tobacco products May 2007 - May 2008 ID# 60382, $743,464 To William V. Corr, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (accessed July 28, 2007); Educating key audiences about FDA regulation of tobacco products. $350,000, Jul 1, 2008 to Feb 28, 2009, ID# 64348; to the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, William V. Corr Project Director. [Corr is a member of Barack Obama's Transition Team.]

Grant ID# 64348 / Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

See Also:

The FDA Cigarette Label Decision


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