Tobacco industry use of ballots, initiatives and petitions
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This article is part of the Tobacco portal on Sourcewatch funded from 2006 - 2009 by the American Legacy Foundation.
The tobacco industry both intorduces ballot initiative in their favor and fights ballot initiatives that are not in their favor. Help us find information on tobacco industry efforts regarding ballots, initiatives or other petitions, as a route for influencing public policy. Search the Legacy Tobacco Documents Library for documents regarding petitions by entering the search criteria "petition." Other phrases can be used or combined, such as "intiative" and "ballot." List the documents you find below.
Documents regarding Tobacco industry use of ballots, initiatives and petitions:
- Status and Campaign Plan for Tobacco Tax Initiative. (RJR, 1987)
- The tobacco industry's Colorado ballot measure (Lorillard, 1994)
- How many times do we have to say "No?" Proposed Campaign Plan 1980 California Smoking/No-Smoking Sections Initiative (Philip Morris)