Los Angeles received a C grade because it does not have a sufficient amount of smoke-free outdoor area and lacks smoke-free housing, according to the report. Out of four possible grading categories, California received an A grade for its smoke-free areas, but an F in its tobacco prevention funding, an F in its cessation campaign and a D in its cigarette tax.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Los Angeles Gets a 'C' in California Tobacco Report Card
Hah! In that case, I give LA an A-.