Fight for graphic cigarette warnings dropped by FDA

03/21/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The · Reuters

The FDA is abandoning its push for cigarette labels to bear graphic health warnings. The agency decided not to seek Supreme Court review of a case that challenged warning labels carrying a dead body, diseased lungs and other striking images, and instead will develop new anti-smoking advertisements that don't conflict with free speech rights.

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