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  • April 24, 2014
    Corporate Accountability International
    Corporate Accountability International recognizes the Food and Drug Administration’s preliminary effort to regulate e-cigarettes as a first step forward, but much bolder action is needed in order to protect kids’ health. Due to Big Tobacco and e-cigarette industry bullying, the FDA has failed to propose the actions necessary to protect youth from the industry’s kid-targeted marketing tactics, leaving cities and states across the country in the lurch.
  • April 3, 2014
    John Stewart, Senior Organizer
    Sir Cyril Chantler’s report on plain packaging for tobacco products released today debunks Big Tobacco’s scaremongering and junk science geared towards undermining the UK’s commitment to implement life-saving health measures that will protect people, especially youth, from tobacco’s highly addictive and deadly effects.
  • January 9, 2014
    John Stewart, Campaign Director, Challenge Big Tobacco
    Today, Senator Max Baucus introduced a bill that would do just that--usurp Congress’ authority to scrutinize the contents of free trade agreements that would impact millions of people around the world.
  • December 18, 2013
    Corporate Accountability International
    We welcome Mr. Petite’s resignation as a strong step forward in safeguarding health policymaking from tobacco industry manipulation. The resignation comes as the European Council agreed today on a compromise to the European Tobacco Products Directive revision.
  • November 14, 2013
    Corporate Accountability International
    Corporate Accountability International echoes the call made by a bipartisan group of Members of Congress to oppose any effort to bypass Congressional and public scrutiny of free trade agreements.

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