• “Other workers are protected from secondhand smoke – why should I be any different?” - Heather Hammond, Boise
  • "I don't want anyone else to have to go through what I have because they have to breathe secondhand smoke on the job." -John Miller, Garden City
  • "I work in a non-smoking environment and I support providing ALL workers the right to breathe the same clean air that I do." -TJ Ryan, Idaho Falls
  • "As a cancer survivor, I want to make sure we do all we can do to protect workers from working in potentially cancer causing hazardous environments." - Frank Luzzo, Moscow
No one should have to choose
between a job and good health.

From the Blog

Speak Up for Pocatello Workers

There is overwhelming support for clean, smoke-free indoor air in Pocatello and the Pocatello City Council needs to  hear from its residents that now is the time for a smokefree ordinance in Pocatello. Click here to send a message to the Mayor and City Council in support of Smokefree Pocatello. The U.S. Surgeon General made [...]

Smoking is Everyone’s Problem

Smoking is everyone’s problem. Every Idaho taxpayer’s burden from smoking caused expenses is $714 PER YEAR in government expenditures. According to the U.S. Surgeon General, there is no risk-free level of exposure to secondhand smoke, and the only effective protection is to completely eliminate indoor smoking. Even brief exposure can be harmful to health. Secondhand [...]

Support Pocatello Bars who Support Smokefree Work Environments

We appreciate the bar owners who have partnered with us in promoting smokefree workplaces for their employees.  If you headed out for a cold one please choose one of these local watering holes: The Chalk Horse Charlie’s 1st National New Pub Harmony Oasis Sandbaggers Sandtrap

From the Newsroom

In McCall – Survey Favors Widening Smoking Ban

McCall -Survey Favors Widening Smoking Ban Originally published in The Star News April 3, 2014  by Tom Grote  ”A strong endorsement was given to broadening existing bans on smoking in McCall…”

Ketchum says butt out of my airspace

Originally published in the Idaho Mountain Express on Jan. 25. Ketchum says butt out of my air space Council orders drafting of smoke-free ordinance By BRENNAN REGO, Express Staff Writer Ketchum residents might soon get even more fresh air than they do now as the city’s officials have approved the drafting of a smoke-free ordinance that [...]


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