Antonio’s Walk to School [VIDEO] The availability and promotion of tobacco products in stores in our communities impact our kids and increase the likelihood that they will start to smoke. Learn more in…
Person on the Street Reactions: Tobacco Marketing [VIDEO] Watch how Californians react to some of the astonishing facts about how the Tobacco Industry markets their products and how youth are affected.
Kids and the Tobacco Predator [VIDEO] “Kids and Tobacco Predator” shows multiple kids handling, playing with and sniffing various tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, cigarillos, and smokeless tobacco products. The children are not told the…
New Tobacco Control Laws Effective June 9, 2016 June 9, 2016 marks an important day in California’s 26 year history to combat the addiction, disease and death caused by tobacco as new tobacco control laws go…
Encourage Limited Access to Tobacco Convenience Stores If you see someone selling tobacco to a minor, or if you see any tobacco products that are not secured behind the counter, call 1-800-5-ASK-4-ID and…
Stop Big Tobacco’s Targeting of Kids “Today’s teenager is tomorrow’s potential regular customer, and the overwhelming majority of smokers first begin to smoke while still in their teens.” — Philip Morris, 1981. The tobacco…
Debi Austin: “Stages” [VIDEO] This ad shows a young Debi Austin as we hear the real Debi speaking from the present. She explains how the tobacco industry targeted her early on, when…
E-cigarettes: Not Safe, Not Harmless Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are battery-operated devices designed to deliver a liquid containing highly addictive nicotine, flavoring, and other chemicals by heating it into an aerosol that is inhaled.…
Sneaking Its Way into Our Communities What is sampling? Sampling is the distribution of coupons and smokeless tobacco for free or cigarettes at a nominal cost (such as a penny), often at family events…
Smoke Screen The tobacco industry has long used movies to reinforce the glamorous image of smoking. Historically, the industry spent millions to have on-screen heroes and sex symbols smoke their…
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