1995 Philip Morris review of legislative objectives in Oklahoma

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1995 Philip Morris review of legislative objectives in Oklahoma

This one-page, 1995 Philip Morris (PM) plan lists key policy issues affecting tobacco in Oklahoma and the company's objectives for addressing them. Key issues include "anti's funding," a ten cent tax on cigarettes, smoking restrictions and liability. Objectives for addressing them are

  • Defeat efforts to raise state cigarette taxes.
  • Defeat efforts to repeal preemption/accommodation law;
  • Defeat efforts to repeal preemption/marketing law;
  • Defeat Medicaid reimbursement efforts;
  • Pass law to remove state funding of st. [state] agencies involved in anti-business activities.

Date 19950000/E
Bates 2040236863
Collection Philip Morris
Pages 1
URL: http://legacy.library.ucsf.edu/tid/att18d00

This document was found using the "advanced search" tab at the Legacy Tobacco Documents Library, and searching for documents that have "Oklahoma" in the title, and the word "preemption" anywhere in the entire record.

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