1. the use of specious or partisan analysis to “throw sand in the gears” of public health policy. 2. creating unjustified anxiety about the social or economic impact of regulations to reduce tobacco use.
What we did:
Well, to us, this is like a game of chance that combines gambling, strategy, and skill as tobacco giants keep their cards close to their chests which results with the public being dealt an incomplete hand of cards to form their decisions. The more information you have, the better. The more detailed, the more information, the better.