Joshua Hudson, NNN Program Manager and Julie Ralston Aoki, J.D.; Staff Attorney of Public Health Law Center at Mitchell Hamline School of Law present at a workshop on Drafting Tribal Laws to Regulate E-Cigarettes As An Emerging Public Health Concern

National Native Network Releases April 2016 Newsletter

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The National Native Network released it’s April 2016 Newsletter:

Included in this issue:

  • National Native Network (NNN) presents to USET
  • NNN and Public Health Law Center at Mitchell Hamline School of Law lead workshop at NIHB Tribal Public Health Summit
  • Tribal Tobacco Tax Survey
  • Keynote Speakers announced for 2016 CDC AI/AN Cancer Summit
  • SEARHC generates awareness on Colorectal Cancer
  • Returning to Tradition:  Honoring traditional tobacco and health serve as big motivators for some Native Americans to quit commercial tobacco
  • New Opportunities
  • Upcoming Events
  • MUCH MORE!

If you would like to be added to our Newsletter Distribution List and webinar invitations, please email NNN@itcmi.org or mwillette@itcmi.org .

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