TOBACCO CASE STUDY
President Obama signed a Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act in June 2009.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was provided the power to regulate the ingredients of
cigarettes and forbid the advertisements that targeted children and teens. Cigarette companies
used flavor cigarettes to attract new customers. It made it easy for children and teens to start
smoking because of the different taste and with the addictive chemical, nicotine, made it difficult
for them to quit.
The passing of the law was definitely bad for the manufacturer and will cause the sales to fall
which will . . .
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