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2 Smoke-Free Wisconsin Passed Adults and youth advocated for a smoke-free Wisconsin

3 Law implemented July 5, 2010

4 The Tobacco Industry Isnt Going Anywhere

5 What is OTP? OTP = Other Tobacco Products Chewing/Spit Tobacco Snus Dissolvables Cigars/Cigarillos

6 Chewing/Spit Tobacco

7 Snus

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9 Dissolvables

10 Camel Dissolvables: Sticks

11 Camel Dissolvables: Strips

12 Camel Dissolvables: Orbs

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15 Cigars/Cigarillos

16 What is the Problem? Appealing Packaging Candy-Flavored Cheap

17 THE PROBLEM

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21 Utah Survey Half of kids would use Orbs because of packaging

22 How is the Tobacco Industry Marketing OTP?

23 Online

24 Social Networking Sites

25 Direct Mail

26 Point of Purchase

27 Magazine Advertisements

28 E-cigarettes? A: LED light coverC: Atomizer B: BatteryD: Cartridge

29 Health Issues Not a healthy alternative to tobacco smoking – despite marketing claims FDA WHO

30 How Can You Make a Difference?

31 Big Tobacco Spends 40 X More than We Do

32 Become an Advocate

33 Join a Coalition

34 Engage Your Youth Youth enhance state and local tobacco control efforts by challenging conventional thinking, advocating for policies and changing the social norms around tobacco use (Youth Engagement - CDC)

35 Advance School Policy Current policy? Enforcement of current policy? Educate school staff on OTP Strengthen enforcement School Board resolution

36 Write Letters to the Editor (LTEs) The letter to the editor is an excellent vehicle for making your voice heard on issues that are important to you and your community. Spencer Strub TPCP Communications Coordinator

37 Attend Joint Finance Committee (JFC) Hearing Submit written testimony Attend JFC Hearing Testify at JFC (youth and/or adults)

38 Educate local policy makers

39 Its Not Easy But Theyre Worth It

40 Websites DPI: ALA: Tobacco Control Resource Center: Trinkets and Trash:

41 Brenda Jennings, DPI Luke Witkowski, FACT Keri Schneider, ALA Tana Feiner, TPCP For Resources and Support


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