The Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund (a 501c4 affiliate of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids) is one of six public health groups that Judge Kessler allowed to intervene in the case, along with the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights and National African American Tobacco Prevention Network.
What does NAATPN stand for?
NAATPN stands for National African American Tobacco Prevention Network (Durham, NC)
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- National African American Tobacco Education Network
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- National Association for the Advancement of Transgender People
- National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
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- New American Art Union (Portland, OR)
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- North American Aleph Users Group
- National Association of Assistant United States Attorneys
- National Association of Atomic Veterans
- Native Alliance Against Violence (Oklahoma City, OK)
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The National African American Tobacco Prevention Network initially supported the bill, hoping a menthol ban would be included later.
In response, six public health groups--the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights, National African American Tobacco Prevention Network and TobaccoFree Kids Action Fund--joined the suit as co-plaintiffs and asked for $130 billion to be spent during the next 25 years to help smokers quit.