US Ranks Last In Size Of Cigarette Warnings, Report Says

Law360, New York (November 10, 2016, 6:08 PM EST) -- The United States is tied for last place in a global ranking of the size of warning labels on packs of cigarettes required by countries, according to a report released on Thursday by a Canadian health organization.

Just more than 100 countries require pictorial warnings on cigarette packs, with 95 of those countries mandating labels that cover at least half of both sides of the pack, according to the report from the Canadian Cancer Society. Nepal and the Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu headed the list, both requiring warning labels covering 90 percent of packaging, according to the biennial report....

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