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Amendments

FDA: enhance warnings on cigarettes, raise age to purchase tobacco products, restrict tobacco flavors, and regulate sale and marketing of all tobacco, including e-cigarettes and accessories (H.R. 2339), consideration (H. Res. 866), H1239 [27FE]

Analyses

Protecting American Lungs and Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act: Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (organization), H1275 [28FE]

Articles and editorials

Federal Flavor Ban Goes Into Effect Thursday, but Many Flavored Vape Products Will Still Be Available, H1235 [27FE]

No Exceptions When It Comes to Kids’ Health, H1268 [28FE]

Youth Tobacco Use Legislation Would Have Unintended Life-or-Death Consequences for Black Tobacco Users, H1236 [27FE]

Bills and resolutions

Bureau of the Census: impose civil penalty on persons who intentionally provide false information relative to holding of, or qualifications for participating in, a census (see H.R. 6215), H1668 [12MR]

Children and youth: prohibit certain design features, amplification of harmful content, and manipulative marketing targeted at children on the Internet (see S. 3411), S1597 [5MR]

Consumers: strengthen laws governing personal data and create clear standards and regulations for businesses that collect, process, and use personally identifiable data (see S. 3456), S1740 [12MR]

Dept. of Agriculture: prohibit certain activities and require greater transparency in commodity check-off programs (see H.R. 5563), H148 [9JA]

——— prohibit mandatory or compulsory participation of producers in commodity check-off programs (see H.R. 5699), H712 [29JA]

Dept. of HHS: issue guidance to require disclosure of list prices of prescription drugs in all direct-to-consumer advertising (see H.R. 5894), H1156 [13FE]

FDA: enhance health warnings on cigarette packages, raise minimum age to purchase tobacco products, restrict tobacco flavors, and regulate sale and marketing of all tobacco, including e-cigarettes and accessories (see S. 3174), S125 [9JA]

——— enhance warnings on cigarettes, raise age to purchase tobacco products, restrict tobacco flavors, and regulate sale and marketing of all tobacco, including e-cigarettes and accessories (H.R. 2339), consideration (see H. Res. 866), H1224 [26FE]

——— restrict direct-to-consumer drug advertising (see S. 3180), S125 [9JA]

Federal Election Campaign Act: prohibit the distribution of materially deceptive audio or visual media prior to a Federal election (see H.R. 6088), H1504 [4MR]

FTC: amend Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act to update and expand coverage (see H.R. 5703), H712 [29JA]

——— extend, enhance, and revise certain laws on collection, use, and disclosure of personal information of children and establish additional protections (see H.R. 5573), H148 [9JA]

Factsheets

Big Tobacco Has No Problem Targeting African American Communites—But Congress Should Have a Problem With It: Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund (organization), H1266 [28FE]

Letters

Banning Flavored Tobacco Could Have Unintended Consequences, H1284 [28FE]

Protecting American Lungs and Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act: Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks Inc., H1277 [28FE]

——— Carrie Wade and Chelsea Boyd, R Street Institute, H1278 [28FE]

——— Gwendolyn Carr and Sybrina Fulton, Mothers of the Movement (organization), H1237 [27FE]

——— Hilary O. Shelton, NAACP, H1281 [28FE]

——— Louis W. Sullivan, H1280 [28FE]

——— Lyle Beckwith, National Association of Convenience Stores, H1279 [28FE]

——— Niva Lubin-Johnson, National Medical Association, H1281 [28FE]

——— several civil rights organizations, H1263, H1276 [28FE]

——— several organizations, H1271 [28FE]

——— several public health organizations, H1280, H1282 [28FE]

——— Tim Andrews, Taxpayers Protection Alliance, H1283 [28FE]

——— Tom Schatz, Council for Citizens Against Government Waste, H1279 [28FE]

——— Vera Bumpers, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, H1271 [28FE]

Motions

FDA: enhance health warnings on cigarette packages, raise minimum age to purchase tobacco products, restrict tobacco flavors, and regulate sale and marketing of all tobacco, including e-cigarettes and accessories (H.R. 2339), H1286 [28FE]

Press releases

Protecting American Lungs and Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act: Americans for Tax Reform (organization), H1283 [28FE]

6 Reason To Oppose H.R. 2339 (Pallone) Total Flavored Tobacco Product Prohibition, H1283 [28FE]

Remarks in House

FDA: enhance health warnings on cigarette packages, raise minimum age to purchase tobacco products, restrict flavors, and regulate sale and marketing of all tobacco, including e-cigarettes and accessories (H.R. 2339), motion to recommit, H1287 [28FE]

——— enhance health warnings on cigarette packages, raise minimum age to purchase tobacco products, restrict tobacco flavors, and regulate sale and marketing of all tobacco, including e-cigarettes and accessories (H.R. 2339), H1229, H1230, H1243 [27FE], H1257–H1289 [28FE], E245 [2MR], E278 [9MR]

——— enhance warnings on cigarettes, raise age to purchase tobacco products, restrict tobacco flavors, and regulate sale and marketing of all tobacco, including e-cigarettes and accessories (H.R. 2339), consideration (H. Res. 866), H1233–H1241 [27FE]

——— provide with certain authority to regulate tobacco products, H1270 [28FE]

FTC: promulgate regulations relative to sensitive personal information or behavioral data (H.R. 2013), H858 [6FE]

Remarks in Senate

Climate: efforts of fossil fuel industry, corporations, and trade associations to impede climate protection efforts and call for corporate political action to demand climate change legislation, S982–S984 [11FE]

FCC: improve enforcement and enhance penalties for violations involving illegal robocalls (S. 151), S102 [9JA]

FEC: enhance transparency and accountability for online political advertisements by requiring those who purchase and publish such ads to disclose information about the advertisements (S. 1356), S986 [11FE]

Political campaigns: reform financing of Senate elections, S1651 [10MR]

Reports filed

Consideration of H.R. 2339, Protecting American Lungs and Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 866) (H. Rept. 116–409), H1224 [26FE]

Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act: Committee on Energy and Commerce (House) (H.R. 2339) (H. Rept. 116–402), H1168 [21FE]

Seniors Fraud Prevention Act: Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation (Senate) (S. 512) (S. Rept. 116–215), S989 [11FE]

Statements

Protecting American Lungs and Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act: Executive Office of the President, H1272 [28FE]

——— National Taxpayers Union, H1277 [28FE]

Texts of

H. Res. 866, consideration of H.R. 2339, Protecting American Lungs and Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act, H1233 [27FE]

H.R. 2339, Protecting American Lungs and Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act, H1257–H1262 [28FE]