Tobacco, commercial speech, and libertarian values: the end of the line for restrictions on advertising?

@article{Bayer2002TobaccoCS,
  title={Tobacco, commercial speech, and libertarian values: the end of the line for restrictions on advertising?},
  author={Ronald Bayer},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={2002},
  volume={92 3},
  pages={356-9}
}
  • Ronald Bayer
  • Published 2002 in American journal of public health
In June of 2001, the Supreme Court overturned a set of antitobacco measures adopted by the state of Massachusetts designed to protect young people from advertising. Once again, the court expressed its hostility toward measures designed to restrict commercial speech in the name of the social good. In so doing, the court underscored the enduring tension… CONTINUE READING