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TOBACCO CRACKDOWN

An unidentified woman, cigarette in hand, walks past Camel and Marlboro cigarette ads at 8th Avenue and 42nd Street in New York, Friday, Aug. 23, 1996. In an election-year assault on the tobacco industry, President Clinton declared nicotine an addictive drug Friday and imposed strict limits on tobacco use by minors. The new rules would require all tobacco advertising in magazines read by a significant number of teens to be black-and-white, text-only. That means no more Joe Camel in Rolling Stone or Sports Illustrated. The regulations also include a provision requiring tobacco billboards to be black-and-white, text-only - and no billboards at all within 1,000 feet of schools or playgrounds. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

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August 23, 1996 10:21:00 AM
August 24, 1996 01:47:00 AM
MARK LENNIHAN
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
1988 x 1268 0.47 MB
Tobacco Industry, Tobacco, Edgil Tobacco
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES
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