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Tobacco Institute lobbyist for the Southern States.
1997: He is on the Tobacco Institute's list of lobbyists in Southern USA along with: Stewart Bell, Ed Beauchemin, Joe Bell, Stan Boman, Bill Brady, Eric Donaldson, Ron Fuller, Earl Jones, Jr., Mario Munoz, Henry Stokes, and J. J. Vigneault.
Little Rock Arkansas has just enacted an ordinance which penalises anyone who sells tobacco products to people under 18. They also impose advertising and marketing restrictions and impose a licensing fee.