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Smoke-Free Multi-Unit Housing Workshop: Minnesota


This 13-page pdf (75 slides) is a PowerPoint presentation given in Minnesota by the Smoke-Free Environments Law Project of The Center for Social Gerontology in Michigan. It includes information on the importance of smoke-free apartments, with some supporting facts particular to Minnesota, as well as legal options for concerned landlords and tenants. It also shares details and examples of legislative and voluntary approaches to adopting smoke-free policies in addition to resources for those initiating such work in their communities. For another similar tool, see "Smoke-Free Policies for Apartment Buildings."

Primary Toolkit:

Chronic Disease Prevention Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Air Quality, Chronic Disease, Health Policy, Tobacco


Institutional Author:

Smoke-Free Environments Law Project





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