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Smoking / E-Cigarettes #1061356

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 23, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The FDA’s conclusion that menthol cigarettes may be a greater health risk than regular cigarettes noted. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Fort Worth, Texas: Kate Snow) The growing popularity of electronic cigarettes featured; ad with actor Stephen Dorff†† shown; scenes/film clips of actors “vaping” shown; details given about the lack of regulation and investments by the 3 big tobacco companies; FDA warning quoted. [7’s CEO Kyle NEWTON††- compares the chemical content of tobacco vs. e-cigarettes.] [UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Dr. Pamela LING†- says the marketing is ahead of the science.] [XL Parts employees Darla OWENS†, Chris PUTNAM – support e-cigarettes.]

Williams, Brian;
Snow, Kate

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