25 Years After Smoke-Free Airplanes, Tobacco Control Progress Should Not Stall
February 23, 2015 marked twenty-five years since the legislation was passed that made all domestic flights designated smoke-free areas. This landmark legislation was a key victory in paving the way for more comprehensive smoke free laws that would be passed in 24 states as well as in the District of Columbia.
Since then, the American Cancer Society has worked hard to show Americans the dangers of tobacco use and second-hand smoke. Click here to read the entire article.