America On Track worked with the Buena Park FIT Committee to drive support for a flavor policy restricting youth access to sweet, fruity, and menthol tobacco products.
Driven by the Way Resource Center’s (Center) efforts, the Coalition for a Tobacco-Free San Bernardino County collected more than 480 postcards in support of stronger tobacco regulation in Hesperia.
Discover how one organization has successfully used geofencing to engage their community.
Learn how the G.R.E.E.N. Foundation has helped to improve health disparities that impact African American communities in California.
Discover how community health workers activated the Spanish-speaking community and harnessed their support for stronger tobacco control policies.
Learn how the Hayward City Council eliminated the sale of flavored tobacco products citywide and amended its Tobacco Retail License.
Learn how the Oakland City Council strengthened community tobacco control and enforcement measures, including closing a loophole around flavored tobacco products policy.
Discover how the Colton Community Coalition for Change successfully campaigned for a comprehensive Tobacco Retail License.
This is an overview of what the Capitol Information and Education Day (I&E Day) is all about; as well as how the I&E Workgroup pivoted in 2020 to move to a virtual experience due to COVID-19.