The federal government can require tobacco companies to "reserve significant packaging space" for anti-smoking warnings and graphic images, such as this one from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a three-judge appellate panel ruled Monday. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via Associated Press)

The federal government can require tobacco companies to "reserve significant packaging space" for anti-smoking warnings and graphic images, such as this one from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a three-judge appellate panel ruled Monday. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via Associated Press)