Headlines Tagged with NAAG — 337 headlines found
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today joined Attorneys General from 37 states and territories in calling for the end of smoking being depicted in youth-rated films
May 10, 2012 Office of Attorney General of Ohio
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ARGUED: John K. Bush, GREENEBAUM DOLL & McDONALD... For the reasons stated above, the judgment of the district court dismissing all claims against Defendants and denying Plaintiff’s request for preliminary relief is AFFIRMED.
Feb 22, 2012 US Court of Appeals For The Sixth Circuit
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lawyers involved in the tobacco lawsuits, are reprising roles in climate change cases. Ted Wells, the attorney for Exxon Mobil in the climate change inquiry, also represented Phillip Morris. Former Justice Department lawyer Sharon Eubanks, who ran the gov
Jun 12, 2016 Houston (TX) Chronicle
added Jun 13, 2016 21:33
All American citizens...should be deeply concerned about the actions undertaken by the nineteen states joining forces not only to duplicate the tobacco heist but to suppress free speech and the fearless discussion of an area of vitally important scientifi
Apr 4, 2016 The Federalist Society
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In state legislatures and major professional associations, a bipartisan effort is emerging to change the way state attorneys general interact with lobbyists, campaign donors and other corporate representatives.
Dec 27, 2014 New York Times
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A group of 24 state attorneys general, including two from the Southeast, has sent a letter to five drug store and grocery chains asking them to pull tobacco products from their shelves.
Mar 18, 2014 Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
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The bipartisan group of officials sent signed letters to leaders of five of the country's biggest retailers whose stores include pharmacies: Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Safeway and Kroger. They warned that selling tobacco in stores "normalizes" the pr
Mar 17, 2014 National Public Radio (NPR)
added Mar 17, 2014 21:40
Attorney General Roy Cooper signed a letter Tuesday that says e-cigarettes are being marketed to children through advertising different flavors. Electronic cigarette users do not agree. They say the flavored vapor is often what helps users stop smoking t
Sep 26, 2013 WECT 6 WILMINGTON (NC)
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Utah has joined states around the country urging the film industry to stop showing people using tobacco in youth-oriented movies.
May 10, 2012 Deseret News
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State attorneys general have a history of banding together. Most notably, a series of lawsuits from them led to the 1998 tobacco industry settlement under which cigarette makers agreed to pay states more than $200 billion over 25 years.
Jan 31, 2017 Cape Cod (MA) Times
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