Smoke-free Press Releases
KNOXVILLE, TN – November 17, 2022 – Cancer patients and survivors are marking the American Cancer Society's 47th annual Great American Smokeout® today by shining a spotlight on the dangers of secondhand smoke and the importance of smoke-free laws in protecting the health of Knox
GREER, SC– November 16, 2022 – Cancer patients and survivors are marking the American Cancer Society's 47th annual Great American Smokeout® tomorrow by calling on elected officials to protect the health of all Greer residents by enacting a strong smoke-free law that protects res
New data from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) finds more than 3 million youth report current use (past 30 days) of any tobacco product in 2022.
This Sunday, November 6th, the City of Dayton is officially smoke-free
With the highest proportion of smoking-related cancer cases and deaths in the country, Kentucky lawmakers can and must do better to prevent tobacco use.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a study today showing youth e-cigarette use remains high in 2022.
NASHVILLE, TN – October 5,2022 – Late last night, the Nashville Metro City Council advanced a weakened ordinance to make age-restricted venues like bars and restaurants smoke-free that creates a loophole to
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network is delighted that the Dayton City council has taken steps to protect citizens from the dangers of secondhand smoke. The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is delighted that the Dayton City council has taken steps to protect citizens from the dangers of secondhand smoke.
NASHVILLE, TN — August 16, 2022 — Tonight, the Metro Council of Nashville and Davidson County will hear a comprehensive smoke-free ordinance in the Health and Public Safety Committee.
The majority of Imperial residents know that secondhand smoke is harmful and support smoke-free policies that protect their families, friends and neighbors. A new billboard campaign aims to prompt city leaders into action with a strong message: Secondhand smoke doesn’t belong here.