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If you think you deserve smoke-free bars and restaurants... you're not alone
This print ad featured the names of groups, doctors, and others who support smokefree air.

The right thing to do for the state of our health
This print ad thanked government officials in New Mexico for passing a smokefree air law.

For more information, contact:
Celeste Barrett
American Lung Association of Alaska
Toll Free in Alaska 1-800-586-4872
www.aklung.org
  Vote No on Prop 1
This television advertisement describes the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure and features medical personnel urging voters in Anchorage, Alaska, to vote no on a ballot measure to repeal the city's smokefree ordinance.
  Vote No on Prop 1
This radio advertisement describes the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure and urged voters in Anchorage, Alaska, to vote no on a ballot measure to repeal the city's smokefree ordinance.
Vote No on Prop 1
This printed mailer urged voters in Anchorage, Alaska, to defeat an attempt to repeal the city's smokefree ordinance.
Vote No on Prop 1
This printed mailer urged voters in Anchorage, Alaska, to defeat an attempt to repeal the city's smokefree ordinance.


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When it's a question about your health, ask your doctor
This print advertisement urged residents in Kirksville, Missouri, to vote in favor of a smokefree ordinance, and was signed by 62 physicians.
  This radio advertisement described the health hazards of secondhand smoke and urged Kirksville, Missouri, residents to vote in favor of a smokefree ordinance.
This television advertisement featured a Kirksville, Missouri, doctor describing the hazards of secondhand smoke exposure, a restaurant owner speaking positively about a smokefree policy, and a child and mother describing how secondhand smoke makes it difficult for the child to breathe.

 

For more information, contact:
C.B. Pearson
Senior Vice-President
M R Strategic Services
P.O. Box 5800
Missoula, MT 59806
CBPearson@MRSS-MT.COM
406-549-2848 ext. 11
406-721-8535
Helena Voices for Health
This print ad featured quotes from various doctors and nurses in Helena, Montana, regarding the health hazards of secondhand smoke.
Helena Voices for Health
This print ad featured quotes from various members of the community of Helena, Montana, regarding the health hazards of secondhand smoke.
Bozeman Voices for Health
This print ad featured quotes from various doctors and nurses in Bozeman, Montana, regarding the health hazards of secondhand smoke.

 

For more information, contact:
Chris Quint
Colorado Tobacco Education & Prevention Alliance
1780 South Bellaire Street, Suite 402
Denver, CO 80222
http://www.ctepa.org

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Amy Guttmann
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Family Night Out Shouldn't Be Dangerous
This transit ad featured a photo of a bowling pin "cigarette."
Working in a Restaurant Shouldn't Be Dangerous
This series of ads featured photos of a fork, guitar, burning bowling pin, and burning pool cue. The ads stated that being in restaurants and bars should not be dangerous.


Denver's City Council Won't Honor My Right to Breathe Clean Air. And Now It's Denied My Right to Speak.
This postcard featured a photo of a Denver, Colorado, bartender, and encouraged people to join a rally in front of the city hall.



These Fort Collins business and community members are united!
This print ad listed various members of the community who supported a smokefree ordinance.



We're pulling for a smoke-free Fort Collins and we want you on our team!

 

For more information, contact:
Peggy Voelz
Columbus Regional Hospital and Tobacco Awareness Action Team of Bartholomew County
2400 East 17th Street
Columbus, IN 47201
Phone: 812-375-3194
An Open Letter to Our Community
This print ad is an endorsement of a smokefree workplace ordinance by the local hospital and medical community.

 

For more information, contact:
Kevin Walker, American Heart Association
6800 W. 93rd Street, Overland Park, KS 66212
Tel.: 913.652.1906

Direct mail from Lawrence, KS featuring a local doctor
The message is, "I've been a doctor for 32 years...And our City Commission can save more lives in one evening than I have in my entire career."

This postcard has two images. The front and the back.

 

For more information, contact:
Ellen J. Hahn, D.N.S., R.N.
Fellow, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Developing Leadership in Reducing Substance Abuse
Associate Professor, College of Nursing
University of Kentucky
760 Rose Street
Lexington, KY 40536-0232
859-257-2358
www.mc.uky.edu/tobaccopolicy/


Lexington Radio Ad
This radio ad urged Lexington residents to "Speak up for the smoke-free decision."
Lexington Radio Ad
This radio ad discussed the Lexington-Fayette County Food and Beverage Association and its opposition to a smokefree ordinance.

 

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Who's Controlling the Air You Breathe?
This print ad lets Louisiana residents know that the state legislature has preempted localities from passing local smokefree laws, and urges support for a bill to repeal preemption.

 

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Because of these facts... Say Yes to a Healthy Portland
This print ad describes the health hazards of secondhand smoke exposure and the benefits of a smokefree ordinance.



The Smoking Problem in Portland
This two-page print ad lists organizations that endorse a clean indoor air ordinance in Portland, Maine.
Page two of the ad



I Support A Healthy Portland
A direct mail public education and council postcard.
That's Why My Business Supports 100% Smokefree Dining
A direct mail postcard for businesses to send to the city council.

 

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In Massachusetts, Secondhand Smoke is the Third Leading Cause of Preventable Death
This advertisement is an example of a physician sign-on ad, regarding the health hazards of secondhand smoke, and is in Microsoft PowerPoint.

 

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If you think you deserve smoke-free places, you're not alone
This print ad states that a majority of Marquette, Michigan, residents favor a county regulation to make workplaces and public places smokefree.



SMART To Go Smoke-Free
Print ad regarding clean indoor air ordinance campaign.



Secondhand Smoke Makes People Sick!
Direct mail postcard.


As a business owner in Marquette County, I support a 100% smoke-free indoor air standard...
Direct mail postcard from business owners in support of the ordinance, to the county health department.

 

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Vote FOR Smokefree Air in Lincoln!
This television ad is showing in Lincoln, NE, where advocates are gearing up for a smokefree vote on Election Day 2004.

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Radio ad copy for Santa Fe's Smoking Pollution Control ordinance

 

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The Time is Now
Print ad targeted at Las Cruces City Council members.

 

For more information, contact:
Linda M. Kohls
Executive Director
North Dakota American Cancer Society
Great West Division
701-232-1385



If you think you deserve smoke-free air, you're not alone
This print advertisement urges voters to support a smokefree ordinance in Fargo.

 

For more information, contact:
Julie Winkler
TRUST for a Smoke-Free Texas

701 Brazos Street, Suite 500
Austin, TX 78701


Our first-rate city doesn't deserve second-hand smoke.
This direct mail piece from the Smoke-Free Dallas Coalition urges people to join the coalition.

 

For more information contact:
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids



Secondhand Smoke Kills
This billboard featured the tag line "Secondhand Smoke Kills" and urged the reader to contact the state Legislature and demand smokefree indoor public places.

 

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Let's Clear the Air
This print ad urges readers to contact the La Crosse County Board of Supervisors in support of smokefree dning.

Ever feel like you weren't in the non-smoking section?
This print ad urges a smokefree dining ordinance in La Crosse.