News | 2010
Dan Morain | The Sacramento Bee (12 Dec 2010)
The roach motel analogy: Tax credits go into the code book but they don't come out.
The editors | The Boston Globe (28 Aug 2010)
Watching characters smoke in movies is the single most powerful pro-smoking influence for children.
Clayton Jones | The Christian Science Monitor (23 Aug 2010)
Why does Hollywood still not impose an R-rating for all movies with tobacco use?
Claudia Kalb | Newsweek (20 Aug 2010)
Activist pushes campaign to stop Hollywood showcasing deadly habit.
Laura Blue | Time (19 Aug 2010)
Forcing an R-rating on movies would create a powerful incentive, say authors of a new report.
Michael Cieply | The New York Times (19 Aug 2010)
Health organizations have pressed the film industry to assign an R-rating to any film that portrayed tobacco use.
Amy Kaufman | Los Angeles Times (19 Aug 2010)
Rep. Markey: 'It's time for the movie industry to accept its own version of a nicotine patch.'
Shari Roan | Los Angeles Times (19 Aug 2010)
Efforts by public health and anti-smoking groups to reduce TV and movie images of smoking appear to be working.
| CBC (19 Aug 2010)
Every dollar in film subsidies may in the end cost Canada $1.70 in societal tobacco losses.