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Free Speech FREE TO VIEW

Rob Rogers
Chest. 2012;141(4):843. doi:10.1378/chest.141.4.843
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Tobacco companies are arguing that the US Food and Drug Administration requirement to use graphic images on cigarette packages is a violation of free speech.




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