Below you will find resources relating to the issue of Smoke-free and Tobacco-free Places.
State and local smoke-free laws that protect workers and the public from exposure to secondhand smoke in public places and places of employement are a critical component of any community's public health efforts. While adoption of these policies has been very successful, with over 30 states and thousands of local communities passing some form of smoke-free policy, millions of people in the U.S.
The tobacco industry has used, and continues to use, many different tactics to hook youth on its products, keep them addicted as adults, and avoid regulation and responsibility for its behavior. This webinar will take a look at the historical context of the tobacco industry’s behavior and its tactics in areas such as smoke-free regulation, marketing, and tobacco product regulation. Presenters include Patricia McDaniel, Assistant Adjunct Professor, Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences, University of California, San Francisco; Bronson Frick, Associate Director, Americans
This webinar demonstrates how tobacco control supporters can search industry documents at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)’s Legacy Tobacco Documents online library, and use them in their work.