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“Advertising and promotional activities by Tobacco Companies have been shown to cause the onset and continuation of smoking among adolescents and young adults.”

 -U.S. Surgeon General, Regina Benjamin 2012

 

“They represent tomorrow’s cigarette business… As this 14-24 age matures, they will account for a key share of the total cigarette volume – for at least the next 25 years.”

September 30, 1974 R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. marketing plan presented to the company’s board of directors. – Bates No. 501421310-1335

 

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States, cities, towns, and counties can protect kids from tobacco marketing with these policy solutions.

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