Tobacco Control Laws: Implementation and Enforcement

By Peter D. Jacobson; Jeffrey Wasserman | Go to book overview

Appendix C
MINNESOTA CASE STUDY

INTRODUCTION

With over 20 years of experience with tobacco control legislation, Minnesota represents a fertile site for study. In a sense, the state provides an opportunity for examining the long-term consequences of an organized tobacco control movement. In short, the state is a "mature market" with respect to tobacco control laws.

In our previous work, we noted that the challenge that confronted the anti-tobacco forces in Minnesota was to keep the smoking issue alive, making it an integral component of both state and local legislators' agendas as well as maintaining the attention of the public at large ( Jacobson, Wasserman, and Raube, 1993). To be effective in this regard, anti-tobacco activists faced the task of convincing the state's residents that, despite the passage of the state's Clean Indoor Air Act in 1975 and a spate of local ordinances prohibiting vending machine sales and otherwise limiting teen access to cigarettes, the problems of maintaining smoke-free indoor environments and reducing teen smoking were far from solved.

While the efforts of anti-tobacco activists have met with moderate success in recent years at the state level -- including amending the state's Clean Indoor Air Act to contain prohibitions on smoking in schools, day care facilities, and health care facilities and additional restrictions on smoking in restaurants, government-owned buildings, and private work sites -- the task of keeping the smoking issue on policymakers' agendas is still at hand.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables ix
  • Summary xi
  • Acknowledgments xxiii
  • Chapter One - Introduction 1
  • Chapter Two - Overview of the Case Studies 23
  • Chapter Three - Results 49
  • Chapter Four - Discussion 79
  • Appendix A - Texas Case Study 97
  • Appendix B - Arizona Case Study 109
  • Appendix C - Minnesota Case Study 121
  • Appendix D - California Case Study 133
  • Appendix E - New York Case Study 145
  • Appendix F - Illinois Case Study 163
  • Appendix G - Florida Case Study 177
  • Appendix H - Interview Guide for Assessing the Implementation of Tobacco Control Laws 189
  • Bibliography 195
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