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Ruth A. Etzel | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (8 Jan 2014)
Children see celebrities using this product on prime-time television, and at least one cartoon character touts its use.
Megan Buerger | The Wall Street Journal (12 Dec 2013)
When the company returned her script with no changes, Ms. Marcel said she was speechless.
John Horn | Los Angeles Times (9 Dec 2013)
Violence is glamorized by pairing it with sex, alcohol and smoking in PG-13 and R-rated films.
Snigdha Poonam | The New York Times (9 Oct 2013)
Mr. Allen was unwilling to follow the local guidelines for showing people smoking on film.
Asha Prakash | The Times of India (7 Oct 2013)
Three recent Indian films run up against new standards on screen and in film posters.
Krishna RJ and Sugden Joanna | The Wall Street Journal (7 Oct 2013)
India’s rules have been in place since 2005 as part of a government effort to curb smoking.
‘Child’ and ‘Dhuan’: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to release new anti-tobacco health spots for “Tobacco-Free Film Rules” under COTPA
| Press Information Bureau, Government of India (30 Sep 2013)
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| Hollywood.com (23 Sep 2013)
She smoked constantly throughout the project.
Chris Megerian | Los Angeles Times (7 Sep 2012)
Lawmakers should “align public film subsidies with public health evidence and goals.”