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January 9, 2002

Who: Carl Headrick, Manager of Field Operations Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids

What: Luncheon Presentation on Public Policy To Reduce Tobacco Use Among Youth

Topics include:

  • The establishment of statewide programs to reduce tobacco use.
  • The use of price increases as a toll to reduce tobacco use.
  • Smoke-free environments inside public places.
  • Measures to limit kids' access to tobacco products.
  • Local-level tobacco measures adopted by communities.

Where: Oklahoma State Capitol, 2nd Floor, Governor's Large Conference Room

When: Friday, Jan. 11, 2002, 12:00 - 1:30

Why: The Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids is a privately funded organization established to focus the nation's attention and action on reducing tobacco use among children and providing technical assistance to states on related public policy issues.

(Note: The media are encouraged to attend. No reservation needed.)


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