Webinar 2: Using Local Momentum to Drive State and Federal Policy Change

Assessing local policy change through case studies helps identify lessons learned and keys to success, which can help set the stage for state or national change. The Tobacco 21 and smokefree air movements are two examples of tobacco control policy strategies that have seen success at the local level in building support for wider initiatives. On August 5, 2022, GHEA and Counter Tools brought together leaders from these movements to share insights on how steadfast work at the local level helped to drive policy change across the country.


    • Onjewel Smith, American Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation
    • Barry Hummel, Quit Doc Research and Education Foundation
    • Ginny Chadwick, University of Missouri


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This is the second webinar in our Local Control webinar series. For questions, please contact ghea@cadca.org