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The paternalistic behavior of the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) has long been considered acceptable and even desirable government action. Disparities in information and power between consumers and manufacturers, and the potential for great harm in the misuse of food, drugs, or medical devices render FDA regulation welcome protection for American consumers. The felt need for protection is so strong that we require strict regulation of products even before they reach the consumer.  This sentiment, however, contrasts greatly with the laissez-faire American attitude towards regulations of speech. Free ...
As I mentioned earlier several tobacco companies, including Commonwealth Brands, Lorillard and RJ Reynolds, brought a lawsuit in the Western District of Kentucky challenging the constitutionality of many aspects of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act of 2009 which brought the regulation of tobacco under the aegis of the FDA. Plaintiffs had a veritable cornucopia of claims about the ways in which the Act violated their rights under the First Amendment (my favorite might be that the prohibition on free samples was a First Amendment issue). The district court ... Read More
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