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Smoke-Free Wisconsin Passed. Adults and youth advocated for a smoke-free Wisconsin. Law implemented July 5, 2010. The Tobacco Industry Isn’t Going Anywhere. What is OTP?. OTP = Other Tobacco Products. Chewing/Spit Tobacco Snus Dissolvables Cigars/Cigarillos. Chewing/Spit Tobacco. Snus.

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smoke free wisconsin passed
Smoke-Free Wisconsin Passed
  • Adults and youth advocated for a smoke-free Wisconsin
what is otp
What is OTP?
  • OTP = Other Tobacco Products
  • Chewing/Spit Tobacco
  • Snus
  • Dissolvables
  • Cigars/Cigarillos
what is the problem

What is the Problem?

Appealing PackagingCandy-FlavoredCheap

utah survey

Utah Survey

Half of kids would use Orbs because of packaging

e cigarettes

A: LED light cover C: Atomizer

B: Battery D: Cartridge

health issues
Health Issues
  • Not a healthy alternative to tobacco smoking – despite marketing claims
  • FDA
  • WHO
engage your youth

Engage Your Youth

  • Youth enhance state and local tobacco control efforts by challenging conventional thinking, advocating for policies and changing the social norms around tobacco use (Youth Engagement - CDC)
advance school policy

Advance School Policy

  • Current policy?
  • Enforcement of current policy?
  • Educate school staff on OTP
  • Strengthen enforcement
  • School Board resolution
write letters to the editor ltes

Write Letters to the Editor (LTEs)

  • “The letter to the editor is an excellent vehicle for making your voice heard on issues that are important to you and your community.”

Spencer Strub

TPCP Communications Coordinator

attend joint finance committee jfc hearing

Attend Joint Finance Committee (JFC) Hearing

  • Submit written testimony
  • Attend JFC Hearing
  • Testify at JFC (youth and/or adults)
  • DPI:
  • ALA:
  • Tobacco Control Resource Center:
  • Trinkets and Trash:

For Resources and Support

  • Brenda Jennings, DPI
  • Luke Witkowski , FACT
  • Keri Schneider , ALA
  • Tana Feiner , TPCP