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ND: Tell Senate committee members to keep our smoke-free air law strong

Legislators have returned to Bismarck and are eager to hear from their fellow North Dakotans. Be heard first, not Big Tobacco. Take action today.

Latest Updates

February 17, 2021
North Dakota

Bismarck, N.D. – Today the North Dakota House voted 48 to 45 to pass a bill that would exempt cigar lounges and bars that sell cigars from the statewide smoke-free law. A group of public health and advocacy organizations strongly opposes House Bill 1152 and urges the Senate to vote

September 13, 2020
North Dakota

Bismarck, N.D. – Nearly 700 cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones from all 50 states and nearly every congressional district will dial into calls and log onto virtual meetings this week to ask members of Congress to make the fight against cancer a national priority. Due to the coronavirus

April 16, 2020
North Dakota

Bismarck, N.D.—Cancer patients and those who’ve recently completed treatment are finding it challenging to get necessary health care in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and many are experiencing financial stress trying to afford care in an increasingly difficult economic environment. According to the latest survey from Survivor Views ,

February 24, 2020
North Dakota

Williston, N.D. - Local beloved dentist, Dr. John Hamilton is capping off nearly a decade of service on the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) National Board of Directors. During his nine-year tenure as a director, chair and immediate past chair of the Board, Dr. Hamilton provided leadership

State Contacts

Sara Mannetter
Managing Director
Kendra Krueger
Grassroots Manager
Priscilla Cabral-Pérez
Senior Regional Media Advocacy Manager

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