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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

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

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]

FCC: designate Government advertising addressing coronavirus, instate an emergency jobs for journalism tax credit, and coordinate deferred interest business loans through the SBA to protect local media (see H.R. 6913), H2260 [15MY]

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]

——— provide for reciprocal marketing approval of certain drugs, biological products, and devices that are authorized to be lawfully marketed abroad (see S. 3545), S1833 [19MR]

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

FEC: prohibit online platforms from disseminating political ads which are targeted on any basis other than the recognized place in which the individual or group resides (see H.R. 7014), H2282 [26MY]

——— prohibit online platforms from targeting political ads to specific groups based on online behavioral data or demographic characteristics and require to maintain public records of certain political ads (see H.R. 7012), H2282 [26MY]

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]

Health: prohibit misleading and deceptive advertising or representation in the provision of health care services and require identification of the license of health care professionals (see H.R. 6663), H1970 [1MY]

SBA: provide grants for small business development centers, women’s business centers, and chapters of the Service Corps of Retired Executives in response to coronavirus (see H.R. 6367), H1716 [23MR]

Factsheets

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

Letters

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: clarify regulatory framework relative to certain nonprescription drugs that are marketed without an approved new drug application, H1863 [27MR]

——— 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]

——— 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), motion to recommit, H1287 [28FE]

——— 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]

Technology: safeguard personally identifiable information, S2336–S2338 [11MY]

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]