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Gore rips tobacco ads

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Vice President Al Gore today chastised tobacco companies for using their brand advertising to hook kids. Speaking in Dayton, Ohio, he cited a new study showing that Marlboro, Newport and Camel are the most popular brands among underage smokers in urging Congress to take further action on tobacco companies. A spokesman for tobacco companies said the issue is about getting kids not to smoke. "Would they feel any better if kids were smoking the brands that weren't advertised?'' he asked.

Copyright April 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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