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Twin Falls 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.  Please join us and raise your voice in support of a smoke-free city.



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

 

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