State Legislated Actions on Tobacco Issues

SLATI (State Legislated Actions on Tobacco Issues) is an extensively researched and invaluable source of information on tobacco control laws and policy, and is the only up-to-date and comprehensive summary of state tobacco control laws.

We are proud to say that the annual SLATI hard copy report is currently in its 23rd edition. First published in 1988 it has been an exclusive publication of the American Lung Association since 1996. SLATI remains the only up-to-date guide to tobacco control laws in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Its evolution over the years has been marked by constant improvements in terms of content, range and analytical scope. SLATI includes information on state tobacco control laws and policy, covering issues such as:

  • The Individual State’s Smoking Restrictions in Public Places and Workplaces
  • Rate and History of Tobacco Excise Taxes
  • Laws Regarding Youth Access to Tobacco and Sales to Minors
  • State Spending on Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Programs and Use of dollars from state settlements with tobacco companies

The latest hard copy edition (SLATI 2010) covers tobacco control laws effective as of January 1, 2011, and is available in PDF format by clicking here. This website itself contains an online version of SLATI, and the information is updated on a regular basis to reflect changes to tobacco control laws occurring throughout the year.

Click here to view information on tobacco control laws and policy for your state.

Editions of SLATI from previous years are available, many of them in electronic form. Please contact us for more information. They are generally available free of charge to researchers and non-profit organizations. A fee may be charged for usage by for-profit companies.


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