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Lead Moderator

When one travels to other countries, it is common to see very blunt warning labels and images on cigarette packages stating the harms of smoking in plain terms. In the US, however, cigarettes do not have these same warning labels. Indeed, this has been an area of great legal controversy in recent years. Where does the US currently stand on this issue, and is it likely to change? Would such labeling have a positive impact on public health?