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Food makers resist lawmakers’ proposal for guidelines in marketing to children (05/27/11)
The far-reaching guidelines would cover a wide array of marketing, from traditional media such as television, print and radio to pop-up ads on Internet sites.
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Advertisers Rebuke Obama Administration's Proposed Rules on Marketing Food to Kids (05/10/11)
Only healthiest items could be promoted to kids, teens....
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Fast-Food Industry Offers Canned Defense Against Yale Study (11/12/10)
Heavyweights say kid-targeted advertising consistent with responsible practices....
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Another Round of Political Change: What Does It Mean for You? (11/10/10)
Five ways the new Congress could affect the advertising industry. ...
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Ad Rules Stall, Keeping Cereal a Cartoon Staple (07/28/10)
A hard-nosed effort by the federal government to forge tougher advertising standards that favor more healthful products has become stalled.
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Ad Groups File Brief In Tobacco Act Appeal (06/14/10)
Tobacco companies' appeal of a federal court decision in favor of most of the ad restrictions contained in the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act is being supported by the 4A's and two o...
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So Sue Me: Why Big Brands Are Taking Claims to Court (01/08/10)
When marketers hype ad battles, the public becomes ultimate judge....
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Ad Industry Gears Up for Battles With Washington (08/13/09)
Health care, behavioral marketing and kids' TV among myriad fronts....
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Alcohol Companies Stingy With Responsibility Ad Dollars (07/02/07)
Beer marketers spend less than 2% of TV budgets on spots....
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Free Speech (01/25/05)
This presentation covers the First Amendment and its relationship to commercial free speech with emphasis on alcohol, tobacco and pharmaceutical advertising.
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Lawsuit Claims Free Speech for Online Casino Ads (08/26/04)
Some argue that even if the courts deem online gambling illegal, advertising for the casinos may nonetheless enjoy constitutional protections as commercial speech.
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U.S. Seeks $289 Billion in Cigarette Makers' Profits (03/21/03)

The Justice Department is demanding that the nation's biggest cigarette makers be ordered to forfeit $289 billion in profits derived from a half-century of "fraudulent" and dangerous ma...
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NBC, With Conditions, to Accept Ads for Liquor (12/14/01)
NBC will be the first major network to accept liquor ads since a voluntary ban was lifted in 1996. ...
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Competing Views on Tobacco Ruling (07/03/01)

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Tobacco Industry Wins Ad Victory (07/02/01)
Justices reject Mass. effort to go beyond Federal curbs. ...
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Court Says Mandatory Ad Campaign Unconstitutional (06/28/01)
The Supreme Court ruled that a mandatory advertising campaign for the mushroom industry violates their guarantee of free speech.
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Supreme Court Roundup: Justices to Hear Challenge to Cigarette Ad Restrictions (01/09/01)
The industry is heading to the Supreme Court to challenge outdoor advertising regulations issued in 1999 by the Massachusetts attorney general's office.
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Top court to review state limitations on tobacco advertising (01/09/01)
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to review state restrictions on tobacco advertising, in a case that could give the court an opportunity to limit government regulation of truthful commercial speech.
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Court Upholds Rules on Tobacco Ads (07/21/00)
The court largely upheld lower court rulings against cigarette, smokeless tobacco and cigar companies that sued the state over and health-warning label requirements and bans on outdoor advertising and ...
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Congress might revive tobacco ad rules (04/24/00)
Ad industry officials have described them as the most extensive ever sought by the government to limit advertising.
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