According to an article published by Georgia Health News, our state received low marks for tobacco prevention in an annual report.
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
“The state received F’s in three categories — tobacco prevention funding, tobacco taxes and smoking cessation coverage — in the annual report from the American Lung Association, released Thursday.
Georgia’s only passing grade was a C for state smoking restrictions, thanks to a 2005 state law that prohibits lighting up in most indoor places.”
Click here to read the full article at GeorgiaHealthNews.com