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​1. Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey (TUS CPS) 2006-2007.


2. Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Smoking Report for Boston, December 2010

3. Market Demand for Smoke-Free Rules in Multi-Unit Residential Properties, April 2009, Massachusetts Smoke-Free Housing Project, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University School of Law

4. Market Demand for Smoke-Free Rules in Multi-Unit Residential Properties, April 2009, Massachusetts Smoke-Free Housing Project, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University School of Law

5. U.S. Fire Administration/National Fire Data Center, "Residential Smoking Fires and Casualties," June 2005

6. Market Demand for Smoke-Free Rules in Multi-Unit Residential Properties, April 2009, Massachusetts Smoke-Free Housing Project, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University School of Law

7. Market Demand for Smoke-Free Rules in Multi-Unit Residential Properties, April 2009, Massachusetts Smoke-Free Housing Project, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University School of Law

8. Surgeon General’s Report, supra note 13.  See also H. Bohanon, C. Callaway, D. Coultas, T. Houston, T Persily, J Samet, S. Schoen, and L. Spengler, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers Position Statement on Environmental Tobacco Smoke, 2005; Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, J. Repace, Respirable Particles and Carcinogens in the Air of Delaware Hospitality Venues Before and After a Smoking Ban, 46 J. Occ. Env. Med. 887, 2004

9. Market Demand for Smoke-Free Rules in Multi-Unit Residential Properties, April 2009, Massachusetts Smoke-Free Housing Project, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University School of Law

10. Market Demand for Smoke-Free Rules in Multi-Unit Residential Properties, April 2009, Massachusetts Smoke-Free Housing Project, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University School of Law

11. Market Demand for Smoke-Free Rules in Multi-Unit Residential Properties, April 2009, Massachusetts Smoke-Free Housing Project, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University School of Law

12. Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey (TUS CPS) 2006-2007

13. U.S. Fire Administration/National Fire Data Center, "Residential Smoking Fires and Casualties," June 2005

14. Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Smoking Report for Boston, December 2010

15. Market Demand for Smoke-Free Rules in Multi-Unit Residential Properties, April 2009, Massachusetts Smoke-Free Housing Project, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Northeastern University School of Law.

16. Surgeon General’s Report, supra note 13.  See also H. Bohanon, C. Callaway, D. Coultas, T. Houston, T Persily, J Samet, S. Schoen, and L. Spengler, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers Position Statement on Environmental Tobacco Smoke, 2005; Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, J. Repace, Respirable Particles and Carcinogens in the Air of Delaware Hospitality Venues Before and After a Smoking Ban, 46 J. Occ. Env. Med. 887, 2004

17. Lives Saved by Smoke Free Workplace Law, Massachusetts Tobacco Control Program, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, November 2008

18. P. Auinger, K. Deitrich, R. Hornung, B Lanphere, and K. Yolton, Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke and Cognitive Abilities Among U.S. Children and Adolescents, 113(1) Env. Health Perspectives 98 (2004); Richard H. Carmona –U.S. Surgeon General, Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke: A Report of the Surgeon General (June 27, 2006); World Health Organization, Guidelines on Protection From Exposure to Tobacco Smoke; Secondhand Smoke: The Science

19. Surgeon General’s Report, supra note 13.  See also H. Bohanon, C. Callaway, D. Coultas, T. Houston, T Persily, J Samet, S. Schoen, and L. Spengler, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers Position Statement on Environmental Tobacco Smoke, 2005; Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, J. Repace, Respirable Particles and Carcinogens in the Air of Delaware Hospitality Venues Before and After a Smoking Ban, 46 J. Occ. Env. Med. 887, 2004

20. American Nonsmokers Rights Foundation – How Many Smokefree Laws?

21. “What is third-hand smoke? Is it hazardous?: Researchers warn cigarette dangers may be even more far-reaching,” Coco Ballantyne, January 6, 2009;       “A New Cigarette Hazard: ‘Third-Hand Smoke," RONI CARYN RABIN, January 2, 2009

22.  Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey (TUS CPS) 2006-2007

23. U.S. Department of Justice

24. The 187th General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

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27. U.S. Fire Administration/National Fire Data Center, "Residential Smoking Fires and Casualties," June 2005

28. “What is third-hand smoke? Is it hazardous?: Researchers warn cigarette dangers may be even more far-reaching,” Coco Ballantyne, January 6, 2009;       “A New Cigarette Hazard: ‘Third-Hand Smoke,’” RONI CARYN RABIN, January 2, 2009

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33. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Tobacco Use: Targeting the Nation’s Leading Killer

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