Cincinnati Federal Appeals Court ruled on March 19th that warning labels on cigarette packages does not violate the U.S. Constitution’s free speech reported by Bloomberg and TIME. You can also read about it in Joe Palazzolo’s blog (The Wall Street Journal).

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announces that starting in September of 2012, the FDA will be allowed to post warning labels by printing pictures onto the cigarette packages. You can view the final selection of nine images on the FDA website that will be soon to be seen on cigarette packages starting September this year.

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