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Help build a tobacco-free future for healthy Kansas communities.
On July 1, 2010, Kansas became the 28th state with smokefree workplace laws.
In Kansas, 161,000 children are exposed to secondhand smoke in their own homes
3,800 Kansans die every year from smoking-related diseases
When tobacco companies advertise smokeless tobacco, many smokers adopt another addiction
Air quality in Kansas bars and restaurants has improved with the Kansas smokefree law.
For help to quit smoking, call the Kansas Quitline at 1-800-Quit-Now
Approximately 70% of smokers want to quit completely
T21 Passes in KC Metro
Tobacco 21 Passes in KCK/Unified Government of Wyandotte County/KCMO read more
Letter to the Editor: Smoke-free norm
Wichita Eagle Letter to the Editor: Smoke-free norm - Becky Tuttle, Wichita, June 29, 2015 read more
E-Cigarette Toolkit
Electronic Cigarettes: A Toolkit to Address Policy Needs of Communities and Public Health in Kansas read more
Local and State Partnerships
Find local and state opportunities for promoting tobacco control. read more
Youth Grants Available
Youth-Led Tobacco-Use Prevention Grants are now available. read more
Kansas Smoke-Free
Information about the clean indoor air law. read more
Kansas Tobacco Quitline
Resources to help stop tobacco use. read more
It's Everybody's Business
Preventing sales of tobacco to youth read more
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