Headlines Tagged with FDASuit — 413 headlines found
tobacco companies said that the FDA is already going beyond its authority by issuing the guidelines. And a required FDA-authorized labeling changed will only make a product unique in the market – something like changing its brand name. In the lawsuit fil
Apr 16, 2015 Daily Times Gazette
added Apr 16, 2015 10:48
A New England Journal of Medicine editorial blames defeat of the FDA’s graphic cigarette pack to a legal system that favors commercial speech over public health, and urges a new approach before the agency proposes replacements.
Jun 28, 2013 National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS)
added Jun 28, 2013 21:07
In a letter to Republican House Speaker John Boehner last Friday, Attorney General Eric Holder said that the Food and Drug Administration would go back to the drawing board to develop the ads, as required by legislation passed by Congress in 2009.
Mar 19, 2013 Reuters
added Mar 19, 2013 22:47
If the federal government demands health warnings on cigarette packs, why doesn't it also demand similar warnings on other products that also carry known health risks, like liquor?
Dec 4, 2012 American Reporter
added Dec 4, 2012 01:44
Decision finds requirement would violate free speech; makes Supreme Court decision likely
Aug 24, 2012 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Aug 24, 2012 14:47
I’ve been thinking a lot about the First Amendment lately because I find its current state to be such a puzzle. Last November, when I read Judge Leon’s opinion in an earlier chapter of the F.D.A. case, a preliminary injunction that blocked the cigarette
Aug 22, 2012 New York Times Blogs
added Aug 24, 2012 01:34
6% of retailers fail ID compliance tests, and growing
May 4, 2012 CSP News (Convenience Store/Petroleum)
added May 7, 2012 19:46
NICOPURE LABS, LLC & RIGHT TO BE SMOKE FREE COALITION v. FDA: BRIEF OF AMICUS CURIAE PUBLIC HEALTH LAW CENTER IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS-APPELLEES (PDF)
I. REQUIRING PRE-APPROVAL OF REDUCED-RISK CLAIMS DOES NOT OFFEND THE FIRST AMENDMENT. / II. DISTRIBUTING FREE SAMPLES OF AN ADDICTIVE, TOXIC PRODUCT IS NOT EXPRESSIVE CONDUCT PROTECTED BY THE FIRST AMENDMENT.
May 9, 2018 Public Health Law Center (William Mitchell College of Law)
added May 16, 2018 19:02
A federal court has dismissed a case challenging the FDA’s allowance of the word “natural” in Natural American Spirit’s (“NAS”) product packaging and labeling. The Plaintiff lacks standing to sue under Article III, § 2, of the U.S. Constitution, which li
May 2, 2018 Lexology (uk)
added May 4, 2018 17:20
asked a court to reverse a lower court's decision that blocks e-cigarette companies from truthfully describing their products to consumers, on the grounds that it violates the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and prevents the public from obtaining
Feb 21, 2018 PR Newswire
added Feb 24, 2018 14:04