Characteristics of E-cigarette, or Vaping, Products Confiscated in Public High Schools in California and North Carolina (2020)
This is a study exploring e-cigarette, or vaping, products used on school grounds. CDC conducted an environmental assessment in California and North Carolina public high schools in March and May 2019.
Tobacco use and tobacco services in California substance use treatment programs (2020)
This study examines smoking prevalence among persons enrolled in substance use dependence treatment programs, and whether persons who wanted help with quitting smoking received such help.
Retail Tobacco Marketing in Rural Versus Nonrural Counties: Product Availability, Discounts, and Prices, 2020
A study investigating tobacco product availability, advertised discounts, and prices in rural and nonrural stores.
Trends in Lung Cancer and Cigarette Smoking: California Compared to the Rest of the United States (2019)
A study that examines smoking behavior (initiation, intensity, and quitting) in California and the rest of United States to inform lung cancer trends.
Mind the Gap: Changes in Cigarette Prices after California's Tax Increase, 2019
A study evaluating California’s 2017 cigarette tax increase, which found that it was not passed onto consumers equally.
Assessment of Underage Sales Violations in Tobacco Stores and Vape Shops, 2019
A study investigating compliance to tobacco age-of-sale law and ID verification among youth-accessible retailers that sell tobacco in 2018.
Evaluation of California's 'Tobacco 21' law, 2018
A study that describes the T21 evaluation plan and initial evaluation results for California's law that raised the minimum tobacco sales age to 21 and expanded the definition of tobacco to include electronic smoking devices.
Evaluation of the Tobacco-Use Prevention Education (TUPE) program in California, 2018
A study examining the California's Tobacco-Use Prevention Education (TUPE) program through evaluating the association between TUPE funding and tobacco prevention activities and tobacco use prevalence.
A study that examines neighborhood variation in prices for the cheapest cigarettes including a popular brand of cigarillos and health disparities with results from the Healthy Stores for a Healthy Community survey in a large statewide sample of licensed tobacco retailers in a low-tax state.