Originally published in the Idaho Statesman THANK YOU … … to American Cancer Society Thank you to the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout — a mile marker for those who are ready to quit smoking. It was also a celebration for non-smokers to rally in support of individuals who are quitting, smokefree businesses, and […]
Valley should consider smoke-free laws Originally published in the Idaho Mountain Express By WENDY JAQUET Thousands of people decide to quit smoking each year as part of the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smoke Out—a day in November that is deemed a mile marker for those who are ready to end their deadly addiction to […]
Rep. Wendy Jaquet was quoted on Ketchum, Idaho radio station KECH 95 as a supporter for the Great American Smokeout. The radio news brief mentions Rep. Jaquet’s op-ed in the Idaho Mountain Express where she talks about being a former smoker and cancer survivor, which fuels her passion for preventing secondhand smoke.
Everyone has the Right to Breathe Smoke-free Air Boise, ID—November 29, 2011 — Smokefree Idaho, a coalition of health related organizations and concerned citizens applauds the Boise City Council and its commitment to protect ALL workers in Boise from the dangers of secondhand smoke. The Council passed a Smoke-Free Air Ordinance today which when enacted […]