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Topic Assignment Grading Course: Name Topic Yours Name Professor’s Name [optional] University 1
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Topic Facts In 1996, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken authority to regulate tobacco products and then they issued regulations to stop tobacco products promotion, labelling, and marketing. Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation and other tobacco product manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and advertisers filed a case against the FDA's tobacco products regulations and claimed that FDA lacked judicial regulations for tobacco products promotion. The FDA applied strict regulations on tobacco products because they wanted to safe children and adolescents from using unsafe products where they think tobacco products are more dangerous to health as compare to other unsafe products however, it had affected tobacco products manufactures and associated groups market and raised a concern, FDA V. BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORP. (98-1152) 529 U.S. 120 (2000).
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