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A powerful strategy to reduce tobacco use is to adopt tobacco-free environments, especially in public places. There is clear evidence (CDC,
The Community Guide,
Public Health Law Center,
Americans for Non-Smokers Rights) that tobacco-free environments reduce exposure to secondhand smoke, keep youth from starting using tobacco, and help current tobacco users who are trying to quit.
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Here is a list of resources to communicate with stakeholders (county/municipal employees, public, etc.) about Smoke-Free Government Grounds or Tobacco-Free Parks regulations in Mecklenburg County.
Learn more about smoke-free and tobacco-free regulatory options for N.C. communities from
N.C. Tobacco Prevention and Control.