What year did cigarette commercials go off air?

Answer Cigarette commercials were banned from television by Congress in January 1970, a ban which was signed into law by President Richard Nixon on April 1, 1970. The last cigarette commercial, for Virgin... Read More »

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What year was the cigarette roller invented?

James Bonsack, an 18-year-old American, invented the first mechanized cigarette roller in 1880. Before his invention became popular, people rolled their own cigarettes by hand by wetting tobacco pa... Read More »

What year were warning labels put on cigarette packs?

Cigarette warning labels first appeared after passage of the U.S. Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act in 1965. The law made warning labels on cigarettes and cigarette advertisements compulsory i... Read More »

Don't you think they should have Got Fruit commercials instead of Got Milk commercials?

Arn't the Florida Orange Juice commercials bad enough :-) I get your point though.

Can 14 year old smoke honeyrose cigarette?

Smoking anything is damaging to your lungs. It is just best to remain smoke free.