Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids News

CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS: Trump Administration Policy Provides Roadmap for E-Cigarette Makers to Keep Addicting Kids with Flavored Products

No one should be fooled: The Trump Administration's new e-cigarette policy being implemented this Thursday (February 6) will not stop the youth e-cigarette epidemic that is addicting a generation of our kids.

Over 190 localities have restrictions on flavored tobacco

Although federal law bans all flavored cigarettes except menthol, two states and more than 190 counties or cities have additional restrictions on flavored tobacco products, according to the nonprofit group Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.

CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS: Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Honors Kellen Kruk of Lufkin, TX, As Youth Advocate of the Year

Kellen Kruk, of Lufkin, TX, has been named a Youth Advocate of the Year by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Kellen was honored for his leadership in the fight against tobacco last night in Washington, D.C.

CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS: Honors Sarah Ryan of Holbrook, MA, As National Youth Advocate of the Year

Sarah Ryan, 18, of Holbrook, MA, has been named the Barrie Fiske National Youth Advocate of the Year by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.

CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS: FDA Must Not Allow IQOS to Become the Next Juul Among Kids

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced that it has authorized Philip Morris to market its IQOS heated tobacco product in the United States, with certain marketing restrictions that the FDA said are intended to prevent youth access and exposure.

CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS: Congress Should Pass Tobacco 21 Legislation Free of Special Interest Provisions for Tobacco Companies

The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids strongly supports effective federal legislation to raise the tobacco age to 21 nationwide and supported the bills introduced in the last Congress by Sen. Brian Schatz and Rep. Diana DeGette, which we understand will be reintroduced in the near future.

CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE KIDS: Illinois Poised to Become 8th State to Raise Tobacco Age to 21

Illinois is poised to become the eighth state to prohibit the sale of tobacco products to anyone under 21 as the state legislature approved the measure today and sent it to Governor J.B. Pritzker for his signature.

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