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Proposed Identification of Environmental Tobacco Smoke as a Toxic Air Contaminant, Part C: Public Comments and ARB/OEHHA Staff Responses

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environmental tobacco smoke, secondhand smoke, ETS, involuntary smoking, passive smoking, exposure assessment, tobacco smoke pollution, particulate matter, emissions, indoor smoking, outdoor smoking, indoor air pollution, Coalition of Natural Resources Defense Council, The Breast Cancer Fund, San Francisco Bay Area Physicians for Social Responsibility, Breast Cancer Action, Los Angeles Physicians for Social Responsibility, Alyonik Hrushow, City and County of San Francisco, Department of Public Health, William V. Corr, National Center for Tobacco-Free Kids, Susan Rappaport, Paul Knepprath, American Lung Association, Robert T. Croyle, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute, James Repace, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Brian McGinn, Lorillard Tobacco Company, Roger A. Jenkins, A. Judson Wells, Maurice E. LeVois, Robert F. Phalen, University of California Irvine, Peter N. Lee, P.N. Lee Statistics and Computing LTD., J. Daniel Heck, Charles I. Klivans, Dennis Eckhart, Bill Lockyer, California Department of Justice, American Cancer Society, Diane J. Fink, Dileep G. Bal, California Department of Health Services, Gina M. Solomon, Repace Associates, Inc., Jay R. Schrand, Jennifer Jinot, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Katharine Young, Kenneth G. Brown, Kbinc., Linda Stewart, Mary E. Ward, LeVois & Associates, Michael J. Thun, Robert Charles Burton, National Cancer Control Initiative, Sanford H. Barsky, University of California, Los Angeles, Stephen J. Jay, Gregory K. Steele, Indiana University School of Medicine, Wade S. Brynelson, California Department of Education, William V. Corr

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