Headlines Tagged with ACLU — 24 headlines found
SHILLERS FOR KILLERS / Revealed: How the tobacco industry paid journalists, scientists, activists and lawyers to cover up the most deadly crime in human history.
even those whose financial relationships with Big Tobacco are above-board...have been denounced in judicial court decisions as accessories to RICO...I’m going to name names. Some are surprising; some shocking; others downright horrifying.
Jul 7, 2015 Pando
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On this roundtable edition of Making Contact, we're joined here in the studio by Stanton Glantz....And with us by phone ... is the author of an investigative article about ties between the ACLU and the tobacco industry, former Washington Post reporter Mo
May 13, 1998 National Radio Project
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has a conflict of interest: At the same time that it takes money from the tobacco industry, it allies itself with the tobacco industry to fight legislation intended to ban or restrict tobacco advertising and promotion-
Jul 1, 1993 Tufts University
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Mintz said the A.C.L.U.'s receipt of the money, combined with its support of the tobacco industry's position on cigarette advertising, constituted a conflict of interest for the civil liberties group, made worse because the identity of the donors was not
Jul 30, 1993 New York Times
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none of the support we received from companies whose products include tobacco was for issues directly related to those companies’ interests / It could open all ACLU records relating to tobacco. It could repudiate tobacco money, as has the Southern Califor
Jun 21, 1998 Nieman Reports
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I became aware of this unholy alliance in 1993, when I attended the NNA convention in Cincinnati to collect a first-place award in commentary in the NNA’s Better Newspaper Contest. At that time Philip Morris sponsored a video featuring first-place winner
Sep 15, 1998 Nieman Reports
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Glasser’s response is rooted in "Allies: The ACLU and the Tobacco Industry," a report I had released in July 1993. "Allies" drew press coverage focusing on the Union’s solicitation and acceptance of $500,000 from Philip Morris, the leading cigarette maker
Mar 15, 1998 Nieman Reports
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The long-simmering debate within the American Civil Liberties Union over free speech and campaign finance reform has erupted again on the eve of a U.S. Senate vote on amending the Constitution to allow limits on money in politics.
Sep 9, 2014 Law.com
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Jan 14, 2009 San Francisco Chronicle
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[Massachusetts] SILVERGLATE: Big Tobacco’s health research: What are these university folks smoking, anyway?
- Free For All -
Mar 31, 2008 Boston (MA) Phoenix
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