“On Your Radar” is a new episode format, where we release two mini-episodes – one halfway through the month, one at the end of the month – that provide you with the most recent and relevant news stories and research on countering tobacco product sales, promotions, and marketing in the retail environment. Listen to Part 2 to learn what has happened in point-of-sale tobacco control in the second half of August 2020.
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Transcript for the episode can be found here.
Sources – News Stories:
New Hampshire, Tobacco21.org
NH tobacco age raised to 21 after push by Sen. Watters, Dover youth, Fosters.com
Nebraska Legislative Bill 1064
Nebraska’s legislature raises tobacco purchasing age to 21-years-old, bill awaits Governor’s signature (update), HalfWheel.com
Nebraska raises legal smoking age to 21, KSCJ.com
Tobacco 21, CounterTobacco.org
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System Results
Tobacco product use among high school students – Youth Risk Behavior Survey, United States, 2019
SB-793 Flavored Tobacco Products
California on track to ban flavored tobacco products, CBS SF Bay Area
California Assembly votes overwhelmingly to end the sale of flavored tobacco products; state poised to delivery historic victory for kids over tobacco industry, Campaign for Tobacc-Free Kids
Big tobacco mounts blitz again Calif flavor ban (SB 793) making its usual failing arguments, University of California San Francisco Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education
Retail Tobacco Density & Access Executive Summary, ASPiRE [For city specific findings: Tobacco Retailers]
Assessment of menthol and nonmenthol cigarette consumption in the US, 2000 to 2018, JAMA Network Open
Evaluating how licensing-law strategies will impact disparities in tobacco retailer density: A simulation in Ohio, Tobacco Control