ASVAB Paragraph Comprehension Practice Test 62414

Question 1 of 5
The Los Angeles County Tobacco Control Program (TCP) is part of the Division of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in the Department of Health Services. It was established as a result of the tobacco tax initiative of 1988, Proposition 99/AB75, in December of 1989. The goal of TCP is to establish policies, health services, public education, and media conditions that support the reduction of tobacco use in Los Angeles County and the associated disease, disability, and mortality.
From the passage, it can be inferred that:
Proposition 99/AB75 added more regulations to the tobacco tax initiative.
The regulation of the production of tobacco products is covered by the TCP.
Television advertisements discussing health concerns related to smoking could be an example of a TCP initiative.
The tobacco tax initiative was a measure to reduce taxes on tobacco products.