|Smoke-free bars, restaurants proposed
|The City of Ottawa is taking on cigarette smoking's final frontier with a proposed bylaw that guarantees smoke-free air in restaurants, bingo and pool halls by 2002 and bars by 2005.
|The Quit Smoking 2000 Contest
|The Quit Smoking 2000 Contest is a province-wide campaign that creates a community climate promoting and supporting smoking cessation.
|Smoking is the biggest killer of Albertans -- responsible for 20% of all deaths -- says a provincial report released yesterday.
|Dems: Keep 0M of tobacco dollars
|Associated Press FRANKFORT - Senate Democrats want to set aside part of Kentucky's share of the national tobacco settlement for the time when the money stops coming in from the cigarette manufacturers.
|County to sue for share of tobacco money
|The Milwaukee County Board voted Thursday to sue the state and the tobacco industry for a share of .9 billion in tobacco settlement money and to commit 0,000 toward legal fees for the unprecedented effort.
|Informed Families' Anti-Drug Programs Proven To Work
|MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 21, 2000--Informed Families, the organization that educates more than 6,000 families annually on how to raise drug-free kids, has spent the past 18 years teaching the philosophy that parenting and the quality of the parent/chi
|40% of bars ignore law on smoking, study finds
|LOS ANGELES -- Forty percent of California's stand-alone bars are flouting an indoor smoking ban that went into effect two years ago, according to estimates by a health organization.
|300 tobacco lawsuits to be filed
|Three hundred flight attendants -- who say they never smoked cigarettes -- plan to file individual lawsuits in Miami today against U.S. tobacco makers, claiming their respiratory illnesses were caused by second-hand smoke aboard jetliners.
|Is smoking good for business?
|FALL RIVER -- City restaurant owners said they would go out of business if the Board of Health bans smoking in restaurants.
|Graphic warnings may work, smokers say
|Young people shown samples of the graphic cigarette packaging announced yesterday by Health Minister Allan Rock agree it just might deter them, or friends, from smoking.
|Mississippi Takes Anti-Tobacco Advocacy to the Pulpit; State Invests Anti-Tobacco Funding in Faith Based Programs, According to the Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi
|JACKSON, Miss., Jan. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to reach deeper into the state, the Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi has granted more than 0,000 of its anti-tobacco funding to churches and other faith-based organizations across the state. The