January 13, 2009

San Leandro Gets "F" For Efforts at Discouraging Smoking

The American Lung Association of California gave the City of San Leandro an "F" for its efforts to discourage smoking in its 2009 State of Tobacco Control report. The report grades California cities in areas such as smokefree housing, reducing sales of tobacco products, and regulating outdoor smoking.

Neighboring Alameda also received an "F" while Hayward received a "C" and Oakland received a "B." Oakland and Berkeley received the highest scores.

Posted by Mike Katz-Lacabe at January 13, 2009 11:20 PM | TrackBack
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