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September 21, 2011


Amy Ridenour

Michael, it's not pictures per se that are in question. These pictures include models and staging for effect; a visual editorial, so-to-speak.


The govt does not require an alcohol counseling number on liquor or beer bottles, or images of liver damage. It is hard to argue a phone number is simple factual information.



Would you have a problem with a law requiring abortion providers to show their patients graphic before and after pictures of aborted fetuses? What goes around comes around.

Michael Hunt

They're arguing that the pictures don't depict the reality of smoking? How else do you show cancer and death then?

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