Thank you Maddie Aub for your wonderful artwork in College of Alameda’s Fresh Air Art Contest of 2017.
Room R127 tomorrow at Merritt College; starts at 11 a.m.
We’ll start with a presentation overview and introductions by Tobacco-less Club president Marlene Hurd and Alameda County Tobacco Control Ms. Tamiko Johnson. Then move to icebreaker, PowerPoint; “Access to Smoke-Free Housing: A Social Justice Issue,” along with a discussion on second and third-hand smoke by Pauline (CHEI). Then we’ll finish up with presentation elements and collecting survey data, as well as a list of tabling events in Oakland.
The training is a project of the Community Health Education Institute (CHEI), which is funded by Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, Public Health Dept. Tobacco Master Settlement Funds and California Tobacco Control Program.
Without additional, common-sense measures going forward, we risk repeating the public health nightmare caused by cigarette smoking. We must ensure that the progress represented by the safety-cap legislation is only a first — not the last step we take together. After all, the safety of our children and the health of our community are at stake.
Judge Stephen Williams, writing on behalf of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, said that the plaintiffs lack standing because they must show an injury that is “actual or imminent, not conjectural or hypothetical” and that all three of their cited injuries did not meet that test.
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