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Table 3 FSC legislation implementation and residential fire mortality rates, by state (and District of Columbia), 2000–2010

From: Association between fire-safe cigarette legislation and residential fire deaths in the United States

   Before state law effective After state law effective
  Law effective Deaths Person-years Death rate* Deaths Person-years Death rate*
New York 6/28/2004 688 85,984,141 8.00 843 124,870,068 6.75
Vermont 5/1/2006 47 3,903,907 12.04 21 2,913,619 7.21
California 1/1/2007 1171 246,016,158 4.76 628 147,154,075 4.27
Oregon 7/1/2007 213 26,673,202 7.99 79 13,276,889 5.95
New Hampshire 10/1/2007 70 9,925,735 7.05 34 4,276,950 7.95
Illinois 1/1/2008 921 100,543,665 9.16 231 38,385,796 6.02
Maine 1/1/2008 74 10,448,371 7.08 25 3,987,478 6.27
Massachusetts 1/1/2008 326 51,255,723 6.36 82 19,542,046 4.20
Kentucky 4/1/2008 532 34,201,422 15.55 157 11,881,706 13.21
Montana 5/1/2008 51 7,755,012 6.58 19 2,625,883 7.24
New Jersey 6/1/2008 387 72,333,057 5.35 110 22,636,664 4.86
Connecticut 7/1/2008 193 29,608,267 6.52 51 8,910,095 5.72
District of Columbia 7/1/2008 107 4,858,303 22.02 37 1,487,258 24.88
Maryland 7/1/2008 412 46,884,955 8.79 116 14,358,552 8.08
Utah 7/1/2008 98 20,527,236 4.77 28 6,830,415 4.10
Alaska 8/1/2008 87 5,635,277 15.44 15 1,699,481 8.83
Rhode Island 8/1/2008 67 9,123,071 7.34 22 2,545,759 8.64
Minnesota 12/1/2008 259 45,376,831 5.71 61 11,029,113 5.53
Delaware 1/1/2009 63 7,497,088 8.40 14 1,791,522 7.81
Iowa 1/1/2009 250 26,653,976 9.38 53 6,083,072 8.71
Oklahoma 1/1/2009 522 31,886,682 16.37 125 7,477,756 16.72
Pennsylvania 1/1/2009 1406 111,836,575 12.57 254 25,384,580 10.01
Texas 1/1/2009 1816 202,658,125 8.96 333 50,055,227 6.65
Idaho 4/1/2009 83 13,039,891 6.37 23 2,736,931 8.40
Indiana 7/1/2009 684 59,450,591 11.51 90 9,720,285 9.26
Kansas 7/1/2009 311 26,083,198 11.92 39 4,275,495 9.12
West Virginia 7/10/2009 236 17,289,303 13.65 37 2,778,256 13.32
Colorado 7/31/2009 182 44,293,115 4.11 34 7,119,440 4.78
Arizona 8/1/2009 337 55,009,520 6.13 37 9,056,139 4.09
Washington 8/1/2009 433 59,772,551 7.24 71 9,521,044 7.46
Louisiana 8/31/2009 793 43,205,199 18.35 80 6,042,559 13.24
Hawaii 9/30/2009 29 12,464,189 2.33 ^ 1,700,038 ^
Wisconsin 10/1/2009 446 53,846,765 8.28 34 7,108,975 4.78
Alabama 1/1/2010 714 45,781,886 15.60 74 4,785,401 15.46
Arkansas 1/1/2010 569 27,773,493 20.49 33 2,921,588 11.30
Florida 1/1/2010 1154 175,070,073 6.59 103 18,838,613 5.47
Georgia 1/1/2010 1286 89,062,054 14.44 112 9,712,157 11.53
Michigan 1/1/2010 1161 99,992,729 11.61 88 9,877,143 8.91
Nebraska 1/1/2010 155 17,576,652 8.82 14 1,830,141 7.65
New Mexico 1/1/2010 136 19,221,530 7.08 ^ 2,065,913 ^
North Carolina 1/1/2010 1049 87,093,319 12.04 52 9,560,234 5.44
South Carolina 1/1/2010 640 42,749,206 14.97 46 4,637,106 9.92
Tennessee 1/1/2010 1090 59,818,027 18.22 102 6,357,436 16.04
Virginia 1/1/2010 740 75,194,867 9.84 68 8,023,953 8.47
Ohio 5/1/2010 1140 118,381,152 9.63 81 7,691,979 10.53
Nevada 6/1/2010 154 24,906,956 6.18 ^ 1,577,498 ^
Mississippi 7/1/2010 754 30,448,237 24.76 30 1,485,036 20.20
North Dakota 8/1/2010 52 6,867,179 7.57 ^ 281,095 ^
Missouri 1/1/2011 915 63,781,731 14.35 N/A N/A N/A
South Dakota 1/1/2011 88 8,580,899 10.26 N/A N/A N/A
Wyoming 7/1/2011 33 5,743,681 5.75 N/A N/A N/A
  1. *Rate per 1,000,000 person-years.
  2. ^Numbers not displayed due to counts <10.
  3. Abbreviation: N/A = not applicable.