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Stateline State Activities Dmsion the Tobacco Institute

21 May 1987
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[ 2 of 109,897 | nysa_ti_s2/TI19810002 ]

Expect Minnesota governor to sign measure (H529) Increasingcl~larette tax 15 cents, to 38 cents, and l~lking the OTP tax from 25 to 35 percent. The-bill, wl~lcl't passed the Senate 5/19 and the House ,5/18, Includes tax on floor stocks...effective date 6/1. New rate would make Minnesota tax the nation's highest.

Tre Daily Bulletin...the Daily Bulletin...the Daily Bulletin State Activities Di_/Ision...the

01 Jun 1987
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[ 3 of 109,897 | nysa_ti_s2/TI19810019 ]

N~N~ESOTA Senate approved 15-cent increase in cigarette tax (23 c~b~cs to 38 cents) and 10% hike in OTP tax (25% to 35%) 5/19 in HF529...had passed House 5/18...includes tax on floor stocks... effective date of tax is 6/1/87. To governor for signature. / MINNESOTA Ho/se sent H1283--state sampling ban on all tobacco product~--t~ conference committee 5/18; bill quickly reported out of cmte'~n~ passed by House by 99-30 vote...Senate okayed in waning minutes of the session 5/19. Effective date is 8/i/87.

TH_ Daily Bullet_n...the Daily Bulletin...the Daily Bulletin State Activities Division...the Tobacco

18 May 1987
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[ 4 of 109,897 | nysa_ti_s2/TI19810021 ]

MINNESOTA Senate amended healt~ care/day'are smoking restriction bill previously okayed by Souse~to in~/lfude state sampling ban... back to House for concurrence a te~~. Only exemption to ban would be that "single serving samples~tobacco may be distributed in tobacco stores."

Legis-Trac Distribution

14 May 1987
5 pp
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Smoking is restricted in numerous public places, including stores, restrooms, gyms, groceries, elevators, museums, movie theaters and video arcades.

AP 05/13 1844 BRF--Poland-Prices _o_--_ NORTHFIELD, Minn. _e "No Smoking" signs in Waterford

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NORTHFIELD, Minn. (~) -- ~e "No Smoking" signs in Waterford To.ship's p~lic parks have been removed after the chairman of the to.ship's board of supervisors realized that the board never officially adopted the ordinance, the chai~an said We~esday. "~ere never was an ordinance in effect," said Ed Terry, chai~an of the Waterford To.ship Board of Supervisors. "Not being full-time gover~ent officials, we found out we had not followed every letter of the law."

LEGIS-TRAC DISTRIBUTION Battison Caperton

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City Council held a first hearing today -- no action taken. Second hearing scheduled for July 10.

DISTRIBUTION SOURCE Battlson Becket

20 May 1987
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[ 8 of 109,897 | nysa_ti_s2/TI19810034 ]

State Activities nivisi_

01 Apr 1987
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[ 9 of 109,897 | nysa_ti_s2/TI19810038 ]

Florida 1 cent Ore~m l~tts 4, 8 cents Pe~Ivania ~.~:.~.~ ~. ~. _=, !5.

The Tobacco Institute 187.5 Street. Northwest Washlng_ton. DC 20006

19 May 1987
5 pp
[ 10 of 109,897 | nysa_ti_s2/TI19810041 ]

Even though the action taken on May 7 by the city council was more favorable than the original proposal, the Rancho Mirage Restaurant & Merchants Association (RMRMA) continues to push for further amendments which it feels are more reasonable.

RANCHO MIRAGE RESTAURA.NT. MERCHANTS ASSOCI ATION 70-030 -_wy 111, Rlncho Mirage 92270

21 May 1987
4 pp
[ 11 of 109,897 | nysa_ti_s2/TI19810046 ]

Thanks co many of you who have voiced your opposition to the city counc~lts smoking restriction proposal and attende~ the Hay 7 hearing. ~hile the city council has ~odtfied its original position, we £eel the current proposal remains so strlct chat the nesatlve financial Impact co business is stlll severe.

RANCHO MIRAGE RESTAURANT MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 70-030 Hwy 111, Rancho Mir_Je 92270 (619) 341-7493

15 May 1987
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I hope you have received our le=ter of objections to the proposed ordinance, they are presented in a spirit of negotiation and compromise.

Tobacco Institute 1875 I Bq'reet, Northwest Washington. DC 20006

19 May 1987
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Enclosed for your review is a copy of a very broad smoking restriction ordinance proposed by Councilwoman Hilda Mason and a copy of a newspaper'article from the Washington Post.

Council of the of Columbla D_$c_ct Bu_.d_, 14_t snd E St.ree_s, N.W. 3:XX)4

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D~$c~ct Bu~.d~, 14~t snd E St.ree~s, N.W.

Tougher Smoking Measure

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In 1978, the council gave unanimous preliminary approval to a stern antismoking bill. The Tobacco Institute then hired lawyer-lqbbyist Larry C. Williams; two weeks later, the council voted to table the package. Outraged health organizations • thenorganized to lobby the council, which a year later passed the cur- " rent law. It does not address ing in restaurants, hotel logics, offices and industrial plants, as did the controversial 1978 proposal. The D.C.

The Tobacco Institute 1875 I Street. Northwest Washington DC 2000B

19 May 1987
1 p
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Committee due to a lack of a motion. No vote was taken. Very seldom is a bil~e~-6a~ed in this manner but A-K Associates did an excellent job working the committee and the results support, their effort.

_0posed 25-Cent.Boost i .!in cigarette Tax Rejected TI19810065

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Legis-Trac Distribution Source

04 May 1987
15 pp
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San Bruno type ordinance. Ordinance calls for creating non-smoking areas in city-owned buildings-and prohibiting smoking in confined public places such as restrooms and elevators. Restaurants with seating for more than 50 are required to have non-smoking areas while outdoor eating areas and restaurant bars are exempted.

Memorandum May 15, 1987 Via Electronic Nail

15 May 1987
2 pp
[ 19 of 109,897 | nysa_ti_s2/TI19810083 ]

I will be on vacation from May 18 through May 29. During this time, Diana, Bill and Walter will be handling all phases of legislative repo~ting. Because they also have their own work to keep up with, it will be particularly important that all reporting be done in the most efficient manner, which is to use the Leqis-Trac.

Street, N.W. Washiagten, D.C. 20006 TI19810085

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Stateline State Activities Dmsion the Tobacco Institute

28 May 1987
8 pp
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Illinois smokln$ restriction bill (H20) dead after House rejected measure 5/21 on third reading and no turther action b/22...H20 fell two votes short of the needed 60. In the state Senate, restriction measure $374 met a stmllar fate 5/22...was 10 votes shy of the required 56.

Legis-Trac Distribution Source

26 May 1987
4 pp
[ 23 of 109,897 | nysa_ti_s2/TI19810095 ]

Other Tobacco Products Tax was eliminated.

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The Daily Bulletin...the Daily Bulletin...the Daily Bulletin State Activities Division...the Tobacco

27 May 1987
5 pp
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FLORIDA H143~, c~ean indoortair~~eleased by House Appropriations C~te 5/21 af/t-~T'-fiscal~impact review now goes to House calendar..~Senate co~panlon ($414) given unanimous vote of approval 5/18 in ~enate C~mmerce Cmte goes to Senate Appropriations Cm58. / CALIFORNIA SB~5~0 (to~aac~d~billboa~rd ,ad ban) voted down by Senate Appr'op~ation~/CM~~-l'~vote 5/18 now scheduled for rec~nside ration, v6~l.

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