Tobacco Control State Highlights 2010. Atlanta, Georgia: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Office on Smoking and Health, 2010.
On page 8, the fifth paragraph should read: "Nationally, the percentage of adult current smokers who reported making a quit attempt in the past year and calling a quitline in 2006–2007 was 2.8%, ranging from 10.9% in Maine to 0.4% in Virginia."
On page 10, the second paragraph should read: "The number of states that require licensure for both over-the-counter sales and vending machines is 38, while 7 states do not require either type of license."
On page 106, under "Enforce," both boxes within the "Retail Environment Tobacco Licensure" image should have a blue check mark with a "Yes."
On the individual State Highlights pages, under "Offer, Percentage of Smokers Calling Quitline," the first and last sentences of the left column should read: "In [State], x% of current smokers who made a quit attempt in the past year called a quitline."
On the individual State Highlights pages, under "Enforce," the last sentence should read: "Currently, 38 states require licensure for both over-the-counter and vending machine sales."
On page 229, the first column heading after the state listing should read: "Prevalence of Quitline Calls Among Smokers Who Made a Quit Attempt, 2006–2007 (95% Confidence Interval)."
On page 230, under "Retail Environment Tobacco Licensure, 12/31/2009," the "Over the Counter" and "Vending Machine" listings for Minnesota should be "Yes."
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- Page last updated: June 30, 2010
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