Group Argues It Has Standing To Sue FDA Over Tobacco Deeming Delays

April 12, 2018
The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids is countering arguments that it doesn't have standing to sue FDA for the agency's delay of the tobacco deeming rule compliance dates. The campaign, which filed the suit with other patient advocacy groups, argues the delay impedes the groups' ability to advance their public health missions. While a lawsuit against FDA by environmental groups making a similar argument was thrown out by a district court judge, an attorney for the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids maintains...

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