The 10th Anniversary of Florida's Tobacco Victory with speakers Brenda Olsen, Charles Mahan, Dexter Douglass, Bud Chiles, Rhea Chiles, Bob Butterworth and Adrian Abner.
Public health leaders reflect on the 10-year mark of Florida's historic $13-billion tobacco industry settlement.
Adrian Abner served as chairman of Students Working Against Tobacco, or SWAT. in 2003 and graduated from FAMU in 2007.
Bob Butterworth served as the 33rd Attorney General of Florida, for four consecutive terms, under three governors: Robert Martinez, Lawton Chiles, and Jeb Bush.
Bud Chiles is the son of former Governor Lawton Mainor Chiles, Jr. from the state of Florida who filed a successful law suit against the tobacco industry, which resulted in an $11.3 billion settlement for the state.
Rhea Chiles is the wife of former Governor Lawton Chiles from the state of Florida who filed a successful law suit against the tobacco industry, which resulted in an $11.3 billion settlement for the state.
Dexter Douglass is General Counsel to former Florida Governor Lawton Chiles.
Dr. Charles Mahan, Professor Emeritus, College of Public Health at the University of South Florida.
Brenda Olsen is Chief Operating Officer of the American Lung Association of Florida.