Cigarette Warning Labels Constitutional According to Appellate Court


From Convenience Store Decisions: Following a federal court decision that graphic warning labels were unconstitutional, an appellate court has ruled that requiring cigarette warning labels are not a violation of free speech, rather they fall under commercial speech disclosures, are disclosing the health risks of cigarettes and are reasonably related to the government’s interest of preventing the deception of consumers. Cick here to read more


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