This report is the third in a series of case studies from the ASPiRE project highlighting communities that are implementing innovative point of sale (POS) policies. The case studies are intended to provide tobacco control advocates with practical, real-world examples that may be used to inform future policy efforts. This case study highlights landmark efforts in New York City (NYC) to eliminate access to cheap tobacco and reduce youth tobacco use through regulation at the POS.
Center for Public Health Systems Science; Roche, Jason; Combs, Todd; Walsh, Heidi; and Sorg, Amy, "Reducing Cheap Tobacco & Youth Access: New York City" (2015). Center for Public Health Systems Science. 107.