The purpose of the registry is to collect information for surveillance, research, policy interventions, and to assist initiatives for early detection and prevention.
“Right now, the law is completely unfair. Some workers are protected from secondhand smoke, and others are not. That protection should be extended to every worker in Little Rock, and that’s what we want Mayor Stodola and the Little Rock Board of Directors to make happen”, said SmokeFree Little Rock campaign chair Dr. Jennifer Redmond Knight.
The Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids has several different corrective statements graphics and TV ads that can be shared on social media and other platforms.
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