PACT supports tobacco control advocates by providing guidance on how to communicate with legislators and community members about the need for policy change in you organization, municipality, or county – and throughout the entire state. Advocacy plays a strong role in PACT’s mission; PACT provides resources for Pennsylvania residents to take action and ask for change.
New Legislative Directories are Here!
PACT has just received the most up to date legislative directories for this fiscal year. These directories provide contact information for PA’s legislators in both the House and the Senate and are a great tool to utilize for advocacy.
Please contact Erica Saylor if you or anyone in your organization would be interested in acquiring some.
Learn more about how to be an advocate for tobacco control in Pennsylvania
Download fact sheets to share with legislators and community stakeholders
- Pennsylvania’s Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA)
- Ending ENDS:
Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems in PA
- MSA Funding in Pennsylvania
- Tobacco Taxes in PA
- Initiative to Save Lives of Present and Future Generations by Raising Tobacco Sale Age to 21
- Tobacco-related Health Disparities
- The Burden & Costs of Tobacco
- A Resource Guide for Policymakers – PA Tobacco Control 2017
About PACT’s fact sheets:
Our fact sheets are designed to be shared with a variety of audiences. They include visuals and talking points that can help guide your conversations about the issues and can also be distributed to legislators and other stakeholders. We recommend printing them in color.
These fact sheets are updated on an annual basis at a minimum and more often as needed.
Check out additional fact sheets from our partners:
- ALA resources on Lung Health Disparities http://www.lung.org/our-initiatives/research/lung-health-disparities
- ALA Report on the State of Tobacco Control in PA http://www.lung.org/our-initiatives/tobacco/reports-resources/sotc
- CDC fact sheet on Extinguishing the Tobacco Epidemic in Pennsylvania https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/about/osh/program-funding/pdfs/pennsylvania-508.pdf
- FY17 MPOWER Report