A PROJECT OF THE POWER
OF PREVENTION COALITION

Don't turn back the clock on tobacco prevention

Don't turn back the clock on tobacco prevention

Fifty years after the dangers of tobacco were first proved, it remains the No. 1 needless killer of Texans, cutting short more than 30,000 lives each year — roughly three people every hour. And every year an estimated 24,000 more Texas children will smoke their first cigarette and start the cycle of addiction all over again.

Read this OpEd by Former Texas Health Commissioners Arguing For Increased Anti-Smoking Funds

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