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Medicine and Money: Cigarette Tax In Canada #147937

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 03, 1993
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Findings of a ABC News/"Washington Post" poll on support for a cigarette tax to help provide health care cited.

(Toronto: John McKenzie) Canada's cigarette tax examined; scenes shown of police arresting a cigarette smuggler; details given of the problem of exported cigarettes being resold in Canada on the black market. [Royal Canadian Mounted Police sergeant Al GOODALL, Constable Jacques BEAULIEU, sergeant Carl COPP - comment on the cigarette smuggling.] Store videotape shown of the theft of cigarettes. [Revenue minister Otto JELINEK - defends the tax.]

Jennings, Peter;
McKenzie, John

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