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San Diego, CA Repeals Tobacco Advertising Ban

The city of San Diego has repealed a law that banned tobacco advertising because it violates the First Amendment free-speech protections according to a report from the San Diego Union-Tribune.  The repeal which the city council unanimously approved will once again allow manufacturers and retailers to speak directly to their customers about products. It also removed the 1,000 foot buffer for tobacco advertising around schools, libraries, arcades, recreation centers, and child-care facilities. However, it does not remove […]

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