Tobacco Policy Adoption by US States (1990-2009)

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A PopSciGrid demo presenting a chart that shows the changes of the number of states part of which has adopted tobacco policies that ban smoking in some bars, workplaces, or restaurants.
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This demo is part of the Population Sciences Grid Project. For more information, please contact Professor Deborah McGuinness.

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Using the demo: This demo shows a chart of the number of states with policies regulating use of tobacco in bars, restaurants, and workplaces from 1990 to 2007.


Data series used in this demo:
* NCI internal dataset

Contributors

National Cancer Institute

  • Abdul R. Shaikh
  • Richard Moser
  • Bradford W. Hesse
  • Glen D. Morgan
  • Erik M. Augustson
  • Yvonne Hunt
  • Zaria Tatalovich
  • Gordon Willis
  • Kelly Blake
  • Paul Courtney (contractor)
  • Lila Finney (contractor)
  • Amy Sanders (contractor)

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

  • Deborah L. McGuinness
  • Li Ding
  • Tim Lebo
  • Jim McCusker

Northwestern University

  • Noshir Contractor
  • Yun Huang
  • Hugh Devlin
  • York Yao
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