S. 674, the Sensible Advertising and Family Education Act

S. 674, the Sensible Advertising and Family Education Act

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation


ISBN: UCAL:B5179960

Category: Advertising

Page: 128

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This Congressional hearing discusses legislation that would require health warnings to be included in advertisements of alcoholic beverages. Opening statements are included from Senators Hollings, Burns, Danforth, Thurmond, and Simon, and from Representative Kennedy. Testimony is included from two panels of witnesses, whose members include: (1) Dean Smith, University of North Carolina; (2) Joseph Wright, Children's National Medical Center; (3) Michael Dorris, parent of a child born with fetal alcohol syndrome; (4) Joyce Brune, mother whose daughter died from alcohol poisoning; (5) Lawrence Wallack, Director of Public Health, School of Public Health, University of California at Berkeley; (6) Steven Shiffrin, law professor, Cornell University Law School; (7) Edward Fritts, president and chief executive officer, National Association of Broadcasters; (8) Jeffrey Becker, vice-president, Alcohol Issues, Beer Institute; (9) Fred Meister, president and chief executive officer, Distilled Spirits Council of the United States; (10) Robert Koch, vice-president, Federal Government Relations, Wine Institute; (11) Burt Neuborne, professor, New York University School of Law; and (12) Martin Block, Integrated Marketing Communications. Prepared statements and relevant materials are appended. (NB)

S. 738, the High Risk Drivers Act of 1993

S. 738, the High Risk Drivers Act of 1993

Author: United States Congress Senate Committ

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: 137825547X


Page: 64

View: 380

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