Corpus ID: 109446945

Tobacco Control in Arizona, 1973-1997

@inproceedings{Bialous1997TobaccoCI,
  title={Tobacco Control in Arizona, 1973-1997},
  author={S. Bialous and S. Glantz},
  year={1997}
}
Arizona was the first state in the US to pass a state clean indoor air law (in 1973) and has a long tradition of grass roots nonsmokers' rights activity. 38 localities in Arizona have passed tobacco control ordinances dealing with clean indoor air (Flagstaff, Mesa, Tucson, among others) and youth access to tobacco products (Tucson, Scottsdale, Somerton, among others). In 1994, Arizona voters passed Proposition 200, which increased the tobacco tax by 40 cents per pack of cigarettes and allocated… Expand
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