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Why Do We Work For a Smoke-Free Kentucky?

 

As our kids settle into the school year, let’s do what we can to ensure that we give them every opportunity for a healthier future, free from exposure to secondhand smoke in public places. According to the US Surgeon General, there is NO safe amount of exposure to secondhand smoke. Even if you already live in a smoke-free community, raise your voice now for those in Kentucky who don’t.

There are 23 states (plus Washington, DC, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands) that have already taken measures to safeguard their citizens from secondhand smoke in public places by enacting comprehensive smoke-free laws that protect everyone, including bar and restaurant employees.

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