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FIGURE 2. From: The "We Card" Program: Tobacco Industry "Youth Smoking Prevention" as Industry Self-Preservation.

Prevalence of tobacco industry age-of-sale warning signs versus state-required age-of-sale warning signs: California retailers, 1998–2008.
Note. STAKE = Stop Tobacco Access to Kids Enforcement. The definition of a STAKE Act sign changed in 2006 to include non–California Department of Public Health signs that still met the legal requirements. Source. From the Youth Tobacco Purchase Survey, 1998–2008, California Department of Public Health, California Tobacco Control Program, July 2008.190

Dorie E. Apollonio, et al. Am J Public Health. 2010 July;100(7):1188-1201.
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FIGURE 1. From: The "We Card" Program: Tobacco Industry "Youth Smoking Prevention" as Industry Self-Preservation.

Age-of-sale warning signs for (a) the We Card program and (b) STAKE.
Note. STAKE = Stop Tobacco Access to Kids Enforcement. We Card is a “youth smoking prevention” program created by the Tobacco Institute, the US tobacco industry's former lobbying organization. STAKE is a California law that requires retailers to post a notice including a telephone number to report to the state failures to check identification for tobacco purchases.

Dorie E. Apollonio, et al. Am J Public Health. 2010 July;100(7):1188-1201.

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