SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is rolling out its Snuff Tobacco Money Out of California Politics campaign for the 2018 election season.
California Press Releases
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Colorectal cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death in both men and women in California. Awareness is key because this is a cancer that is treatable, curable, and in many cases, completely preventable.
Los Angeles – The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) announced today that both candidates for California’s 51st Assembly District runoff accepted ACS CAN’s challenge to not take special interest contributions from tobacco companies.
A team of advocates and staff in California was recognized for their dedication and exceptional work in tobacco control by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN). ACS CAN, the advocacy affiliate of the American Cancer Society, annually presents the State Advocacy Team of the Year award to combined staff and volunteer teams that have worked together to make a significant impression in cancer-related public policy.
Supervisor Malia Cohen Receives National Distinguished Advocacy Award for Championing Lifesaving Cancer Public Policy
San Francisco Supervisor Malia Cohen has received the National Distinguished Advocacy Award—the most esteemed award presented by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) in recognition of her dedication to fighting cancer through historic tobacco-control legislation.
Sacramento, CA – The voices of cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones are making a difference at the Capitol as evidenced by the critically-important cancer-fighting policies that passed the Legislature in 2016.
Contra Costa County Approves Ending Sale of Flavored Tobacco Products Within 1,000 Feet of Schools and Parks
Martinez, CA – Scores of residents and cancer advocates testified today in favor of an amendment to the Contra Costa County tobacco-control ordinance that will end the sale of flavored tobacco products in unincorporated areas of the county within 1,000 feet of youth-sensitive pla