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UNLAWFUL ADVERTISEMENTS SEC. 6. (15 U.S.C. 1335) After January 1, 1971, it shall be unlawful to advertise cigarettes and little cigars on any medium of electronic communication subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Communications Commission.
CIGARETTE INGREDIENTS SEC. 7. (15 U.S.C. 1335a) (a) Each person who manufactures, packages, or imports cigarettes shall annually provide the Secretary with a list of the ingredients added to tobacco in the manufacture of cigarettes which does not identify the company which uses the ingredients or the brand of cigarettes which contain the ingredients. A person or group of persons required to provide a list by this subsection may designate an individual or entity to provide the list required by this subsection.
(b)(1) At such times as the Secretary considers appropriate, the Secretary shall transmit to the Congress a report, based on the information provided under subsection (a), respecting
(A) a summary of research activities and proposed research activities on the health effects of ingredients added to tobacco in the manufacture of cigarettes and the findings of such research;
(B) information pertaining to any such ingredient which in the judgment of the Secretary poses a health risk to cigarette smokers; and
(C) any other information which the Secretary determines to be in the public interest.
(2)(A) Any information provided to the Secretary under subsection (a) shall be treated as trade secret or confidential information subject to section 552(b)(4) of title 5, United States Code and section 1905 of title 18, United States Code and shall not be revealed, except as provided in paragraph (1), to any person other than those authorized by the Secretary in carrying out their official duties under this section.
(B) Subparagraph (A) does not authorize the withholding of a list provided under subsection (a) from any duly authorized subcommittee or committee of the Congress. If a subcommittee or committee of the Congress requests the Secretary to provide it such a list, the Secretary shall make the list available to the subcommittee or committee and shall, at the same time, notify in writing the person who provided the list of such request.
(C) The Secretary shall establish written procedures to assure the confidentiality of information provided under subsection (a). Such procedures shall include the designation of a duly authorized agent to serve as custodian of such information. The agent
(i) shall take physical possession of the information and, when not in use by a person authorized to have access to such information, shall store it in a locked cabinet or file, and
(ii) shall maintain a complete record of any person who inspects or uses the information. Such procedures shall require that any person permitted access to the information shall be instructed in writing not to disclose the information to anyone who is not entitled to have access to the information.
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION
SEC. 8. (15 U.S.C. 1336] Nothing in this Act (other than the requirements of section 4) shall be construed to limit, restrict, expand, or otherwise affect the authority of the Federal Trade Commission with respect to unfair or deceptive acts or practices in the advertising of cigarettes.
REPORTS SEC. 9.1 (a) The Secretary shall transmit a report to the Congress not later than January 1, 1971, and annually thereafter concerning (1) current information in the health consequences of smoking, and (2) such recommendations for legislation as he may deem appropriate.
(b) The Federal Trade Commission shall transmit a report to the Congress not later than January 1, 1971, and annually thereafter, concerning (1) current practices and methods of cigarette advertising and promotion, and (2) such recommendations for legislation as it may deem appropriate.
SEC. 10. (15 U.S.C. 1338] Any person who violates the provisions of this Act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall on conviction thereof be subject to a fine of not more than $10,000.
SEC. 11. (15 U.S.C. 1339] The several district courts of the United States are invested with jurisdiction, for cause shown, to prevent and restrain violations of this Act upon the application of the Attorney General of the United States acting through the several United States attorneys in their several districts.
CIGARETTES FOR EXPORT
SEC. 12. (15 U.S.C. 1340) Packages of cigarettes manufactured, imported, or packaged (1) for export from the United States or (2) for delivery to a vessel or aircraft, as supplies, for consumption beyond the jurisdiction of the internal revenue laws of the United States shall be exempt from the requirements of this Act, but such exemptions shall not apply to cigarettes manufactured, imported, or packaged for sale or distribution to members or units of the Armed Forces of the United States located outside of the United States.
SEC. 13. (15 U.S.C. 1331 note] If any provision of this Act or the application thereof to any person or circumstances is held invalid, the other provisions of this Act and the application of such
1 The requirement to submit reports under section 9 was terminated pursuant to section 3003 of Public Law 104-66 (109 Stat. 734).
COMPREHENSIVE SMOKELESS TOBACCO HEALTH
EDUCATION ACT OF 1986 1
SEC. 3. (15 U.S.C. 4402) SMOKELESS TOBACCO WARNING.
(a) GENERAL RULE.—* * *
(f) TELEVISION AND RADIO ADVERTISING.—Effective 6 months after the date of the enactment of this Act, it shall be unlawful to advertise smokeless tobacco on any medium of electronic communications subject to the jurisdiction of the Federal Communications Commission.
1 Public Law 99–252, 100 Stat. 30, 32, Feb. 27, 1986.
Television Broadcasting to Cuba Act
[Public Law 101–246, 104 Stat. 58, February 16, 1990, Part D of Title II of the
Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991]
SEC. 241. (22 U.S.C. 1465aa nt) SHORT TITLE.
This part may be cited as the "Television Broadcasting to Cuba Act".
SEC. 242. (22 U.S.C. 1465aa] FINDINGS AND PURPOSES.
(1) it is the policy of the United States to support the right of the people of Cuba to seek, receive, and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers, in accordance with article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights;
(2) consonant with this policy, television broadcasting to Cuba may be effective in furthering the open communication of accurate information and ideas to the people of Cuba and, in particular, information about Cuba;
(3) television broadcasting to Cuba, operated in a manner not inconsistent with the broad foreign policy of the United States and in accordance with high professional standards, would be in the national interest;
(4) facilities broadcasting television programming to Cuba must be operated in a manner consistent with applicable regulations of the Federal Communications Commission, and must not affect the quality of domestic broadcast transmission or reception; and
1 Section 107(c) of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity (LIBERTAD) Act of 1996 (P.L. 104–114; 110 Stat. 798) provides for the repeal of this Act “upon transmittal of a determination under section 203(c)(3)” of P.L. 104-114.
Section 203(c)(3) of P.L. 104-114 (110 Stat. 809) provides as follows: SEC. 203. COORDINATION OF ASSISTANCE PROGRAM; IMPLEMENTATION AND
REPORTS TO CONGRESS; REPROGRAMMING.
(3) IMPLEMENTATION WITH RESPECT TO DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED GOVERNMENT.—The President shall, upon determining that a democratically elected government in Cuba is in power, submit that determination to the appropriate congressional committees and shall, subject to an authorization of appropriations and subject to the availability of appropriations, commence the delivery and distribution of assistance to such democratically elected government under the plan developed under section 202(b).