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March 7, 2019
New Hampshire

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. The following statement can be atrributed to Mike Rollo, director of government relations

March 6, 2019
New Hampshire

CONCORD – When she was 55, Nottingham’s Fiona Wood underwent a routine colonoscopy and was diagnosed with colon cancer. Since then, she has become committed to ensuring that others have the resources they need to prevent, diagnose, and cure a colorectal cancer diagnosis, advocating with the American Cancer Society Cancer

January 30, 2019
New Hampshire

A group of cancer survivors is leading the push to raise the age to 21 to purchase and use tobacco in New Hampshire. "We're really looking for ways to decrease people from actually starting smoking and becoming addicted to cigarettes,” said Carolyn Claussen, of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action

October 11, 2018
New Hampshire

At the end of September, nearly 700 cancer patients, survivors, volunteers and staff from all 50 states and nearly every congressional district gathered in Washington, D.C., as part of the annual American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) Leadership Summit and Lobby Day. Advocates urged Congress to take steps

State Contacts

MacKenzie Nicholson
New Hampshire Grassroots Manager
2 Commerce Drive, Suite 110, Bedford, NH
Mike Rollo
Government Relations Director
2 Commerce Drive, Suite 110, Bedford, NH
Amber Herting
Associate Director, Media Advocacy

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