Public Policy and Advocacy Strategies

 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
POLI-7. Latest Advice on Increasing State Excise Taxes*  
POLI-32. Global Tobacco: What Can I Do?  
POLI-22. Making Progress: Medicaid, Women, and Litigation  
POLI-27. Sleeping With the Enemy: The Ethics of Taking Funding From the Tobacco Industry  
POLI-31. Knowledge, Awareness, and Attitudes Toward Cigarette Warning Labels in the United States  
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 2:00 PM-3:30 PM
POLI-38. The Real Deal About the Economic Impact of Clean Indoor Air Ordinances  
POLI-51. International Trade Agreements and the Threat to Effective Tobacco Control Policies  
POLI-60. Public Awareness: The First Step to Community Advocacy  
 Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 4:00 PM-5:30 PM
POLI-72. Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You—Nicotine Lollipops  
POLI-73. Investing in Comprehensive Tobacco Control and Prevention: Saving Lives and Saving Money  
POLI-91. How To Make Tobacco Retail Licensing a Reality*  
POLI-93. Tools You Can Use: Measurable and Research-Based Tools for Clean Indoor Air Policy Mobilization in the Midwest  
POLI-94. Community Action Model: Organizing for Change  
POLI-95. Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Why Preemption Is Good for the Tobacco Industry and Bad for Your Health  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
POLI-142. Ranking the States on Tobacco Prevention  
POLI-124. Tribes Taxing Tobacco Sales: Win-Win Strategies for Health Advocates and Tribal Sovereign Nations  
POLI-125. Using 501c4s for Voter Education—Lessons Learned in the States  
POLI-126. Using Dollars and Allies for Maximum Tobacco Control Results: Leasons Learned*  
POLI-127. Tobacco Use and Tobacco Control Policies in U.S. Colleges: Current Status and Strategies for Change*  
POLI-136. Strategies To Achieve Smoke-Free Air*  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
POLI-157. www.What'  
POLI-158. Arbitrary and Imaginary Boundaries: Why Local Advocates Should Care About FDA Regulation of Tobacco Products  
POLI-163. Arizona College Campus Tobacco Assessment Project  
POLI-164. Grassroots Organizing: Strategy and Skills To Win Tough Votes  
POLI-165. Getting Youth Access Restrictions To Work*  
POLI-169. Building a Local Case for Federal Regulation of Tobacco  
POLI-170. Ventilation: Tobacco Industry Lies and Deceptions  
POLI-175. Successful Smoke-Free Policy Initiatives From Michigan's Model Technical Assistance Collaborative  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
POLI-188. Poster Session  
POLI-183. Searching the Universe of Tobacco Industry Documents  
POLI-215. Winners and Losers: What's Smoking Post November 2002 Elections  
POLI-202. United States: A Straggler in Tobacco Control  
POLI-203. A New Smoke-Free Restaurant Every Day, a New Ordinance Every Fortnight—How We Do It  
POLI-204. How To Organize and Run a Successful Statewide Ballot Campaign*  
POLI-212. What Me Lobby? Health Departments and Local Tobacco Control Laws*  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
POLI-219. Empowering Communities for Local Policy Action*  
 Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
POLI-226. What's the Law Got To Do With It? How and When To Work With Lawyers for Policy Change*  
POLI-236. Lessons From Massachusetts: Passing Local ETS Regulations*  
POLI-239. Waging Effective e-Advocacy Campaigns To Advance Tobacco Control Policy  
POLI-241. Creating Strong State-Local Advocacy Partnerships*  
POLI-246. Youth Access: Time To Look for Another Strategy?  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
POLI-256. Effective Youth Access Approaches From Three States*  
POLI-258. Harm Reduction: Lessons From Past Experiences, Current Environment, and Future Directions  
POLI-260. Uniting New England Tobacco Control and Health Care Advocates for Successful Tobacco Tax Campaigns  
POLI-262. A Comprehensive Approach To Reducing Youth Access to Tobacco Products*  
POLI-292. Transnational Tobacco Companies and the Global Economy: Who Wins?... Who Loses?  
POLI-273. Educating the Hospitality Industry—3 Programs*  
POLI-274. Buying Influence, Selling Death  
POLI-276. Finding Friends in Unusual Places: The New Alliance Between Public Health and Law Enforcement in California*  
POLI-277. The Latest on Watching the Industry*  
POLI-284. Practical Advice for Achieving Clean Indoor Air*  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM
POLI-294. Nine Questions: A Strategic Planning Model for Advocacy That Works  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
POLI-296. Taxing Tobacco To Improve Public Health—Policy Development and Media Strategies*  
POLI-326. Building Political Power in the Tobacco Control Movement*  
POLI-308. Technical Assistance Systems for Tobacco Control: Cultivating Capacities at Multiple Levels*  
POLI-314. In Wisconsin's Hallowed Halls—Roles and Recommendations of Bureaucrats, Advocates, and Legislative Leaders  
POLI-316. Making Tax Dollars and Master Settlement Agreement Funds Work for Tobacco Control  
POLI-318. Preemption: Big Tobacco's Best Friend  
POLI-319. Clean Air Works! A Regional Approach for Securing Smoke-Free Worksites in Urban Communities  
POLI-320. Local Regulation of Tobacco Marketing: Why It's Needed and How To Overcome the FCLAA*  
POLI-322. Making the Tobacco Industry "Toe the Lines" Drawn by the MSA: Lessons Learned From MSA Enforcement Litigation  
POLI-324. Consequences of Loopholes in the MSA: Impact of Tobacco Promotions in "Adult-Only" Venues*  
 Thursday, 21 November 2002: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
POLI-331. Men Are From Mars. Women Are From Venus. My Staff Writer Is From Uranus  
POLI-332. How To Make Bars, Prisons, Apartments, and Every Space Smoke Free*  
POLI-333. Smokeless Tobacco Policies To Decrease Use  
POLI-337. From the Mountains to the Sea: California's Golden Opportunities for Clean Outdoor Air Policies  
POLI-338. Feet to the Fire: Holding the Tobacco Industry Accountable*  
POLI-340. Practical Advice for Building a Strong State Advocacy Movement*  
POLI-342. Educating Your State Legislators: A Model for Getting Your Issues Heard*  
POLI-346. Advocacy and Policy Development Strategies for Government Entities*  

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