On July 1, 2010, Kansas became the 28th state with smokefree workplace laws.
In Kansas, 161,000 children are exposed to secondhand smoke in their own homes
3,800 Kansans die every year from smoking-related diseases
When tobacco companies advertise smokeless tobacco, many smokers adopt another addiction
Air quality in Kansas bars and restaurants has improved with the Kansas smokefree law.
For help to quit smoking, call the Kansas Quitline at 1-800-Quit-Now
Approximately 70% of smokers want to quit completely
Kansas Ranks 39th in Tobacco Prevention Funding
See how Kansas and whether other states adequately fund tobacco prevention. read more
Kansas Tobacco Control Strategic Plan, 2016-2020 One Pager
Kansas Tobacco Control Strategic Plan, 2016-2020 One Page Overview read more
Kansas Tobacco Control Strategic Plan 2016-2020 One Pager
At a glance of tobacco control state plan read more