The United Pro Choice
Smokers Rights Newsletter

June 1, 2007 - Issue #435

"Threaten the oppressed and be prepared to face their onslaught,
abuse them and be prepared for an even greater threat."
- Martin Dansky
Calls for Immediate Retraction of American Lung Association Ad and for a Public Apology to the Nation's Physical Abuse Victims. By Michael Siegel. (We are supposed to believe that the American Lung Association is not aware of everything being done in its name.)
Real abuse done because of bans. Antismoking Extremists should not be allowed to push their will on others at the expense of human life.
From The International Mailbag
The Canadian Smokers Rights Newsletter.
Canada: Diana Reid forced to close shop.
China: Happy 100th birthday Zhang Shuqing.
Denmark: Approves a partial smoking ban.
EU: Commissioner Kyprianou go home!
Germany: Parliament approves partial ban.
Ireland: Smaller cigarette packs are banned.
Northern Ireland: Theatre ban may be amended.
Russia: May have to set up no-smoking areas.
Spain: Defiance: Bars smoky as ever with laws.
UK: Bolton Smoke-Inn party July 1, 2007.
UK: Theaters exempt from smoking ban.
USA: The FDA Fiasco Update.
USA: The FDA and Smokeless Tobacco.
World: Pfizer Supports Complete Smoking Ban.
From The USA Mailbag
AZ: BIG ban fight at the Maverick Saloon.
CA: Escondido parks say NO to ban.
HI: Homes next target for smoking ban.
IL: Penn National wants to keep casino.
IN: Fort Wayne Businesses sue to block ban.
IN: West Lafayette's court fight update.
ME: Budget deal all but done.
MI: More MSA money to fix budget.
ND: Commissioner faces recall for anti efforts.
NE: Says NO to state smoking ban.
NH: Tobacco taxes hurt small businesses.
NY: Defiance: City Hot Spots Smoking Again.
OH: Governor to Appeal Smoking Ban Ruling.
PA: New Hope will hold off on smoking ban.
SC: Says NO to state ban, snuffed out again.
TN: Smoking Ban Update and Exemptions.
TX: Says NO to state smoking ban.
UT: Davis County proposing ban in outdoors.
WY: Jackson Hole says NO to ban.
The Slippery Slope After Tobacco

Alcohol advertising targets youth.
Alcohol UK alcohol limit warning labels.
1. Choose an industry.
2. Regulate the industry.
3. Tax the industry.
4. Sue the industry.
When one source of money dries up,
return to Step 1 and repeat.
By S. Phillipe

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