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- Growing Momentum at State Capitol for Tobacco Tax Increase
- Two “Little Cigar” Bills Introduced in State Senate
- Day at the Capitol - April 18 Your Voice Matters!
- Dodge County Rental Properties to be 100% Smoke-Free
- Smoke-Free Housing Lunch and Learn for Property Managers and Landlords
- Four Corners Partnership Awarded New Grant from MDH
- Steele County Adopts Smoke-Free Foster Care Policy
New Minnesota Legislature May Create Opportunity to raise it for Health
Tobacco is Still a Big Problem in Minnesota
Working with Cities and Counties to Update and Strengthen Local Tobacco Licensing Laws
Owatonna Retailers Suport Keeping Youth Tobacco-Free and Helping Smokers to Quit
Four Corners Partnership Infographic wins National Contest
Smoke-Free Laws Save Lives
Smoke-Free Foster Care: The Duty to Protect
Smoke-Free News Archives
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Celebrating 5 Years of Smoke-Free Air
Your Photo Could Win!
Dodge County Retailers Pledge to Offer Resources to Help Smokers to Quit
Tobacco-Free College Campuses
Steele County Update
Pitch the Commissioner in Cannon Falls
We're Going Green
How many tobacco ads in local stores?
Day at the Capitol - March 22
Children in MN foster homes at risk from secondhand smoke
Faribault to prohibit smoking in tobacco shops
Make Your Voice Heard: Day at the Capitol
Tobacco Tax Bill Introduced
Working Together for a Healthier Steel County
Dodge County Youth Participate in Press Conference
Raise it for Health Fact Sheet: Tobacco Tax Bill
Faribault City Council Passes Tobacco Shop Moratorium
Smokeless Tobacco Use on the Rise in High School
Tobacco Limits in MLB Contract a Health Victory for Players and Kids
$29 Million a Day-Tobacco Industry Hasn't Given Up
Tobacco Companies "Own the Store"
Tobacco Marketing Works-Just Ask your Kids
2011 Retail Tobacco Ad Survey
New Mayo Study Confirms Smoke-Free Laws Save Lives
MN Legislature - 2011 Session Wrap Up
Riverland CC Tobacco Free Campus
Raise it for Health
The products may change, but the goal remains the same
Day at the Capitol not the only way to make a difference
Youth oppose effort to weaken retailer penalty for selling tobacco to minors
Four Corners Partnership participates in Day at the Capitol - April 7
"Little Cigar" bill gains supporter in MN House
"Little Cigars" are no little matter
MN Legislature Back in Session
"If not now, when?" Asks U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin
Health Care Costs and Smoking in Minnesota: The Bottom Line
Minnesota's Annual Report Card: Only One "A"
"Smoking Room" Bill Threatens Smoke-free Air in Minnesota
Raise it for Health
Four Corners Partnership Activities
Cheap tobacco isn't good for anyone-especially our kids
Tobacco Addiction: The Unfiltered Truth
Tobacco Advertising in Retail Stores
Dodge County advocate circulates petition and meets with Rep. Demmer and he's only in fifth grade!
Governor signs act to protect youth from new tobacco products
South Central College to go tobacco free
Women still targets of tobacco industry
Tobacco ads in stores influence youth
Help us count tobacco ads in your community
The Tobacco Industry hasn't given up. Neither will we.
Close the Loopholes in MN tobacco Laws
The rules may change, but the game is the same
Save the Date! Rally at the State Capitol on April 14th!
Announcing the Four Corners Partnership to Reduce Tobacco's Harm
UNFILTERED: a Revealing Look At Today's Tobacco Industry
June 26, 2009
New opportunities for our coalition
Regional partnership announced
South Dakota update
FDA to regulate tobacco products
More attempts to weaken our smoke-free law
Neighboring states update
How much does tobacco really cost?
Federal tobacco tax increase
December 12, 200810 years later - Minnesota's Tobacco Settlement
Tobacco use in Minnesota continues to decline
Wisconsin in 2009?
Calling all Southeast Tech alumni
Trash and Treasure in the Park
www.smokefreegc.org has new look and new features
CSFGC partners with Public Health Service to connect smokers with help to quit
June 26, 2008
Minnesota Legislature: Opponents of smoke-free air still active
County-wide service project
Courts are tough critics of smoking plays in bars
April 16, 2008
“Smoking shack” amendment is a big step backward
MN Department of Health brings curtain down on “smoking plays” in bars
Smoke-free law made Minnesota a healthier place to work
January 31, 2008
Tell us your story!
Is the smoke really gone?
What happens if I call to report a violation of the smoke-free law?
November 30, 2007
October 1st + 2 months
What will 2008 bring?
“Tobacco vs. Minnesota, clearing the air” (television program on TPT 17)
September 20, 2007
Celebrate fresh air!
How will the new law work?
Remembering Jim Johnson
Attitudes toward secondhand smoke have changed
July 31, 2007
Are you ready for October 1st?
Test your knowledge (quiz)
New “fresh air” logo
May 31, 2007
You are amazing!
MN House and Senate pass Freedom to Breathe Act of 2007
What the new law covers
Smoke-free celebrations in Red Wing and Cannon Falls
March 29, 2007
Carlton County smoke-free
Freedom to Breathe update
The cost of secondhand smoke in Minnesota
February 8, 2007
Overwhelming support for statewide law
Olmsted County strengthens smoke-free law
Freedom to Breathe Act: Local advocates show the way
November 30, 2006
3 States pass smoke-free laws
State Fair poll
There’s no such thing as a no smoking section
October 6, 2006
Let’s celebrate our success
Volunteers are the key to success
New national commander has smoke-free message for vets
July 27, 2006
New look for newsletter
SE MN Smoke-free communication workshop
New Surgeon General’s Report on secondhand smoke
May 18, 2006
Volunteers needed for fairs and parades
Secondhand smoke causes serious health problems in children
March 10, 2006
Growing our coalition the grassroots way
Meetings now at two locations
One person can make a difference
January 25, 2006
Important decisions made at January meeting
Why are people joining?
Secondhand smoke increases risk of heart disease