Conference for governors and their policy advisers on the national tobacco settlement

The National Governors' Association Center for Best Practices (NGA) will host a one-day conference on September 15, 1999, for Governors and their policy advisors to discuss the National Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) and its implications for the states. The conference will serve to educate key Governors' staff on: (1) the global impact of the tobacco settlement; (2) the MSA intricacies and various components that will impact state tobacco prevention and control efforts; (3) state revenue and other funding, including tobacco payment levels; and (4) the latest research on successful smoking prevention and cessation programs and how to evaluate their effectiveness. Conference proceedings will be reported in an issue brief published by the end of this year. Also, the NGA Web page will be updated to contain information on best practices in tobacco prevention and control activities at the state and national level.

Grant Details

Amount Awarded $29,879.00

Awarded on: 8/17/1999

Time frame: 9/1/1999 - 2/29/2000

Grant Number: 37627

Grantee

National Governors Association Center for Best Practices

444 North Capitol Street, N.W., Suite 267
Washington, DC, 20001-1512

202-624-5300
Website

Joan Henneberry
Project Director

303-385-8494
Email