The built project was funded by the California’s Tobacco Tax Fund (Proposition 99) from 1999-2007, and in that time, developed numerous resources about cessation and prevention of tobacco use by construction and blue collar workers.  Many of these materials are still available in hard copy through the Tobacco Education Clearinghouse of California (TECC):  (search for “union”).

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Construction Workers Still Use Tobacco At Higher Levels Than The General Public. Hosted By Comedian Will Durst, This Short Video Talks To Construction Workers About Tobacco Hazards-Especially As It Interacts With Other Toxics Used In Construction-And Tells Why They Might Want To Quit. Runtime 8:10

Construction workers still use tobacco at higher levels than the general public. Hosted by comedian Will Durst, this short video talks to construction workers about tobacco hazards—especially as it interacts with other toxics used in construction—and tells why they might want to quit.  Runtime 8:10

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