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Smoke-Free-Home Rules Among Women With Infants, 2004–2008

State20042005200620072008
Arkansas80.184.785.586.689.6
Maine89.091.893.892.395.0
New Jersey92.094.495.496.094.9
Oregon97.697.698.198.498.8
Washington96.896.097.398.297.6

Figure. Prevalence of complete smoke-free–home rules among women with infants in 5 states, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, 2004–2008. Prevalence increased significantly in Arkansas, Maine, and New Jersey (Cochran–Mantel–Haenszel test for trend).

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