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State-Specific Prevalence of Smoke-Free Home Rules—United States, 1992–2003

May 25, 2007 / Vol. 56 / No. 20


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According to the article, State-Specific Prevalence of Smoke-Free Home Rules—United States, 1992–2003, nearly 3 of 4 U.S. households do not allow smoking anywhere in the home. The proportion of U.S. households with smoke-free home rules increased from 43% in 1992–1993 to 72% in 2003. Although the proportion of households with smoke-free home rules varied among the states, this proportion increased significantly in every state over this period.

 
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