Professional papers of Carolyn B. Martin document her involvement with California tobacco control. She was a Lung Association
volunteer and helped to lead the state campaign for Prop. 99 in 1988 and served as the first chairperson of the state advisory
committee on program and expenditures. Martin participated in the negotiations for the implementation legislation for the
proposition, numerous other tobacco related bills and lawsuits, and education efforts.
Carolyn B. Martin worked to change policy through the California Tobacco Control program in numerous roles and organizations.
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