During the Fall 2013 semester, at California State University, Monterey Bay, I was enrolled in a graduate writing course (CHHS 302). While enrolled in this course, I finalized research and completed an advocacy report on the issue of smoke-free policies and secondhand smoke in California.
The core dilemma that I addressed in my advocacy report was current exemptions that are found in California smoke-free laws. These exemptions, or loopholes, allow the exposure of secondhand smoke to millions of innocent people a day. In this proficient report, I present the audience to multiple causes, effects, and probable solutions in regards to smoke-free laws and the exposure to secondhand smoke.
Below, you will find a PDF link to my advocacy report.
Thank you for reading!