Thanks for a clean indoor environment |

Thanks for a clean indoor environment

Recently, more than 650 registrants and exhibitors participated in the first combined Colorado and Wyoming Public Health Associations meeting at Beaver Run in Breckenridge and enjoyed Summit County’s new smoke-free policy. In addition to hearing about and debating the latest information and plans for bioterrorism response, and how to address race and class-based health disparities, the assembled members of the Colorado Public Health Association (CPHA) passed resolutions to promote smoke-free policies throughout the state and to hold all future annual meetings in smoke-free venues.We wish to thank Summit County’s leaders for this gift of a clean indoor environment, especially Gary Lindstrom who was awarded CPHA’s “Legislation Excellence” commendation for his vital role in creating this policy.

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