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Where do kids in Denver get Tobacco products? They just go to the store. Tobacco retailers don’t need a license to sell tobacco in Denver. It’s time to change this.
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Right To Breathe
There’s no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke, indoors or outdoors…and all Nevadans have the Right to Breathe smokefree air.
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The tobacco industry spends an average of $35 MILLION PER DAY to advertise their deadly products—and sometimes the ads are placed at a child’s eye-level.
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Kids spend the majority of their time at school, and schools are supposed to be a place where kids learn and grow—not be a place they are exposed to tobacco use.

Fighting for a Smokefree Campus

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Fighting for a Smokefree Campus

  Evolvement members in Las Vegas spent this year’s Kick Butts Day at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to raise awareness of the importance of smokefree campuses. Members placed 648 flags in the grass of UNLV’s amphitheater, each representing the 648 colleges across the United States that are smokefree. Evolvement members also collected message cards from students, staff, and visitors in support of a smokefree campus. The event was received with much praise from UNLV students. Many complained of ...

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Coming Clean

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Coming Clean

It has long been suspected that big tobacco has known about the health risks associated with smoking for decades. Many believe that tobacco companies choose to ignore, or in some cases even lie about or cover up, the truth. The truth in this case, is that smoking can cause cancer and other serious health problems.   The problem is, through endless legal wrangling tobacco companies have been able to protect their claim of ignorance due to a lack of evidence and ...

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