A variety of information and resources about tobacco policy in Colorado, and the US.
The Tobacco Control Legal Consortium, a collaborative network of legal centers, has prepared this summary of guidelines and drafting tips to help governments identify strategies for regulating tobacco retailers and potential ways these strategies might be limited by federal law.
The Tobacco Control Legal Consortium is a legal network for tobacco control policy. Drawing on experts in its eight affiliated legal centers, the Consortium works to assist communities with tobacco law-related issues, ranging from smoke-free policies to tobacco control funding laws to regulation of flavored cigarettes.
ChangeLab Solutions provides community-based solutions for America’s most common and preventable diseases like cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and asthma.
This website is home to the online version of SLATI, which tracks state tobacco control laws, such as restrictions on smoking in public places and workplaces and tobacco taxes, on an ongoing basis.
Policy recommendations from the Youth Smoking Prevention Stakeholder Group. The policies were developed according to evidence-based practices, a review of current literature, and previous work in Colorado on a model tobacco control law.
Infographic displaying the benefits of Tobacco Licensing
These slides were part of a presentation held on Tuesday, November 27, 2012. The presentation described how the Louisiana Tobacco Free Living program conceptualized, planned, and implemented a youth advocacy program that mobilized youth and young adults to collect and share data on the tobacco retail environment, with the goal of educating the community and policymakers about tobacco merchandising.