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.