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International Institute for Legislative Affairs Nov 26
Price and tax increases remain the single most effective means to reduce use yet continues to target the government with “studies” claiming inaccurate economic impact from higher taxes. Join the conversation!
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Kentucky Smoke-free Nov 24
Join KY Tobacco Control Webinar on exposing with from
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TakeAPart Nov 25
study by health orgs in showed that cigarettes are displayed & advertised close to children’s snacks & at eye level. This tactic is dangerous & persuades youth to try these harmful products.
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Celine M. AWUOR Nov 26
interference agenda uses a set of tactics to derail or dilute tobacco control policies to advance the industry's agenda.
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International Institute for Legislative Affairs Nov 26
interference has been strong in tax policies. The industry aims to ensure that products remain affordable, while protecting their own profits – at the expense of . Join us tomorrow for this conversation! . .
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TakeAPart Nov 27
A new code of conduct for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare intended to eliminate interference in public health policy restricts health officials from interacting with the .
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TakeAPart Nov 24
​: advocates for an end to child labor in tobacco fields while actively marketing products to vulnerable kids.
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Alex Clark 15h
DT did his own study. Like previous studies on the matter, which are also the best, this bestest one found that most engagement with on is funded by . The study also found that twitter tastes like banana now and sometimes gumi bear.
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TakeAPart Nov 24
is trying to profit from the pandemic because these companies continue to aggressively market their products around the world, exploiting the global health crisis for profit.
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International Institute for Legislative Affairs Nov 26
Recently, was in talks with & to have the locally produced pouches exempted from excise duty for two to three years... This will be a MAJOR setback to the protection agenda!
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International Institute for Legislative Affairs Nov 27
is exploiting the crisis to market their harmful and addictive products. Join & this afternoon as we highlight ways the is capitalizing on the pandemic & endangering the public! . . .
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Kentucky Smoke-free Dec 1
Flavors are hooking our young people Show up! Stop Marketing targeting youth
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Tobacco Addiction Nov 24
Sickness and disease have turned into corporate profit centres. —Steven Magee
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TakeAPart Nov 30
& earned over €80 billion in revenue in 2019, but by deploying aggressive tax avoidance methods "have managed to pay negligible tax over the past decade."
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Luke Allen 2h
Really nice article on and "The contradiction between shutting down to protect the community from a deadly virus, while minimising disruption to continue to produce the most lethal consumer product in history, is farcical"
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Maurice 10h
so reassuring to know that PMI now cares so much about children - no mention of their relentless opposition to all legislation/policy to reduce the recruitment of new child smokers
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International Institute for Legislative Affairs 2h
The Act requires that all sorts of affiliation to by a member of the control board be declared for purposes of determining any conflict of interest - . .
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TakeAPart Dec 1
ranks highest among South Asian countries in terms of its susceptibility to interference in public health policy. We urge to take a stand against the and prioritize health over profits.
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Mark Riseley Nov 28
I'd like to know where a advocates pay from is? On the other side of the coin the financial interest anti-vaping advocates have from (list too long) and gov revenue is interesting. is not combustion tobacco
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International Institute for Legislative Affairs Nov 26
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