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A Workshop Agenda 20 F Conference Center 20 F Street, NW, Washington, DC October 21, 2010 Welcome, Introduction, and Workshop Overview 8:30–8:45 Shiriki Kumanyika, University of Pennsylvania, Standing Committee Chair Kelly Brownell, Yale University, Chair of Planning Committee, Standing Committee Member Lessons Learned from Other Areas 8:45–9:15 Stephen Teret, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Improving Food Marketing and Labeling Practices Moderator: Mary Story, University of Minnesota, 9:15–10:00 Standing Committee and Planning Committee Member Food Industry Perspectives and Roles: Scott Faber, Grocery Manufacturers Association FTC Authority and Actions: David Vladeck, Federal Trade Commission FDA Menu Labeling, Nutrition Labeling, and Health Claims: Barbara Schneeman and Michael Landa, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Food and Drug Administration 79

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80 LEGAL STRATEGIES IN CHILDHOOD OBESITY PREVENTION 10:00–10:30 Discussion/Audience Q&A 10:30–10:45 Break Improving Food Sales and Restaurant Practices Moderator: Shiriki Kumanyika 10:45–11:30 Innovative Uses of Government Authority: Jennifer Pomeranz, Yale University Food Industry Perspectives and Roles: Joan Rector McGlockton, National Restaurant Association Using Taxes to Influence Food Purchasing and Obesity: Lisa Powell, University of Illinois, Chicago 11:30–12:00 Discussion/Audience Q&A 12:00–1:00 Lunch Using the Law to Increase Physical Activity in Schools and Communities Moderator: Russell Pate, University of South Carolina, 1:00–1:45 Standing Committee Member Civil Rights and Social Justice Strategies: Robert Garcia, The City Project, Los Angeles Increasing Physical Activity in Communities: Marice Ashe, Public Health Law and Policy 1:45–2:15 Discussion/Audience Q&A Using Litigation to Make Change Moderator: Stephen Sugarman, University of California, 2:15–3:00 Berkeley Lessons and Opportunities: Mark Gottlieb, Public Health Advocacy Institute, Boston, and Michael Jacobson, Center for Science in the Public Interest Food Industry Perspective and Roles: Joseph Price, Faegre & Benson, Minneapolis

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81 APPENDIX A 3:00–3:30 Discussion/Audience Q&A 3:30–3:45 Break State and Local Obesity Prevention Strategies and Players Moderator: Joseph Thompson, Robert Wood Johnson 3:45–4:30 Foundation Center to Prevent Childhood Obesity, Standing Committee and Planning Committee Member City and County Actions: James Krieger, Seattle-King County Public Health Department Role of State Attorneys General: William Sorrell, Attorney General of Vermont Statutory and Regulatory Models for Improving Child Care Settings: Sara Benjamin Neelon, Duke University 4:30–5:00 Discussion/Audience Q&A 5:00–5:15 Closing Remarks William Dietz, Standing Committee and Planning Committee Member

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