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Twin Falls City Council Considers Smoke-Free!

The harmful effects of second-hand smoke have been known for decades.  Unfortunately, many Idahoans still work in establishments, like bars, where they are constantly exposed to second-hand smoke. Working an 8-hour shift in a smoking bar is the equivalent of smoking up to 36 cigarettes. 

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We need your help! 

The Twin Falls City Council is considering going smoke free, requiring all workplaces in Twin Falls protect their employees from the harmful effects of second-hand smoke, so that no one has to choose between their health and a paycheck.  The City Council is holding a listening sessions where residents will have the opportunity to share their opinion.  You can also offer your support at City Council meetings during the public input period.  Please join us and raise your voice in support of a smoke-free city.

RSVP to one or more of the events below to make your voice count:

January 28th, 5PM: City Council Public Input, Twin Falls City Hall, City Council Chambers,  203 Main Avenue East, Twin Falls, ID 83301

February 7th, 4-7PM: Listening Session 2, Twin Falls City Library, 201 Fourth Avenue East, Twin Falls, ID 83301, Phone: (208) 733-2964

February 11th, 5PM: City Council Public Input, Twin Falls City Hall, City Council Chambers,  203 Main Avenue East, Twin Falls, ID 83301

Together we will be a relentless force for building longer, healthier lives in Idaho!

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