Media Report: April 22, 2011

It is that time again. A bi-weekly report of all things smokefree air from around the state. Enjoy!

Media Report: April 8, 2011

A bi-weekly report of all things smokefree air from around the state. Enjoy!

Media Report – March 25, 2011

Attached you will find a state-wide media report, all things smokefree air.

Newsletter March 2011

SMOKEFREE NEWS      Legislative Update: The Senate Needs to Act The smokefree air bill is eligible to be heard in the Senate Public Policy Committee at any time. While they have not yet set a hearing date, we believe … Continue reading »

Newsletter February 2011

SMOKEFREE NEWS Legislative Update The smokefree air bill has moved to the State Senate for consideration. ICSA will be working to fix the exemptions that were created in the House. Read more about it here. Advocates Rally in Support of Smokefree … Continue reading »

Newsletter December 2011

  SMOKEFREE NEWS Legislative Update Legislation making all Indiana workplaces smokefree to be filed in the General Assembly. Read more about it here. Surgeon General Report: The Dangers of Secondhand Smoke Report reiterates there is no risk-free exposure to tobacco smoke. … Continue reading »

70 Percent of Indiana Voters Support Law Making Workplaces, Restaurants and Bars Smoke-free

By a strong majority (70 percent to 27 percent), Indiana voters support a law that would prohibit smoking in indoor workplaces and public places, including restaurants and bars.  This support comes from a broad-based coalition of voters across the state, … Continue reading »

Our Statement Regarding HB 1149 Passing Out of Committee

For Immediate Release Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012   Media Contact Tim Harms, (317) 373-8339 Statement on House Bill 1149 Passing Out of Committee   The Indiana Campaign for Smokefree Air is pleased that House Bill 1149 received overwhelming support during … Continue reading »

New Study: Cost of Secondhand Smoke Rises in Indiana

Secondhand Smoke’s Economic Impact a Staggering $1.3 Billion in Indiana   INDIANAPOLIS – Secondhand smoke costs Indiana residents $1.3 billion yearly in health care and premature loss of life, according to a new study released today by researchers from the … Continue reading »