Protect Kansas Children from Big Tobacco

61,000 Kansas kids alive today will die from smoking at current smoking rates.

Ninety-five percent of adults who smoke started before age 21. Raising the minimum age for sale of tobacco products to 21 could reduce the national prevalence of smoking by 12%, according to the Institute of Medicine, saving thousands of lives and millions of dollars.

Ask your lawmakers to raise the age for sale of tobacco products to age 21. 

Thank you for supporting #RaiseTheAgeKS! To learn more about this campaign and ways to get involved, contact Christina Cowart, Kansas Grassroots Manager: [email protected].