CONCORD, NH (September 25, 2019) - The American Heart Association and the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network are deeply disappointed by the action of NH lawmakers and Governor Sununu in coming to an agreement on a state budget that raises the age for tobacco sales only to 19 years.
New Hampshire Press Releases
CONCORD – Today, the New Hampshire legislature re-referred a bill to raise the minimum age for tobacco sales, including e-cigarettes, from 18 to 21 years old back to it’s committee to be studied over the summer.
CONCORD – When she was 55, Nottingham’s Fiona Wood underwent a routine colonoscopy and was diagnosed with colon cancer.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New Statewide Poll Shows Overwhelming Opposition to Changes in NH’s Smoke-Free Law
CONCORD – January 25, 2017 – Poll results released today by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) showed that the voters of New Hampshire are overwhelmingly supportive of the state’s current smoke-free law and oppose attempts to once again allow smoking in certain public pla
MEDIA ADVISORY: Cancer Patients and Survivors Travel to Concord to Urge Legislators to Protect Granite Stater’s Right to Smoke-Free Air
Cancer Patients and Survivors Travel to Concord to Urge Legislators to Protect Granite Stater’s Right to Smoke-Free Air
CONCORD – January 12, 2016 – Yesterday, New Hampshire lawmakers heard testimony on House Bill 279, which would roll back a decade old protection of clean indoor air that prohibits smoking in bars and restaurants.
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New Hampshire Residents Urged to Bring Cancer Stories to the State House
CONCORD – Those in New Hampshire living with cancer and their families are depending on you.