This is Not OK.

For years, Oklahoma has been at the mercy of tobacco companies. They have repeatedly put profits over people, and our state has suffered for it. It’s poisoning and addicting our children, burdening our health care industry and costing Oklahomans billions. That’s not OK.

By implementing proven, effective control and prevention policy for today’s tobacco challenges, we can save Oklahoma from the clutches of Big Tobacco.

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100% Clean Indoor Air

Smoking is still allowed inside many Oklahoma businesses, endangering the health of employees and patrons. The risks are deadly. Secondhand smoke kills nearly 50,000 nonsmokers each year.

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Prohibiting Smoking in Cars with Children Present

Secondhand smoke contains 70 cancer-causing chemicals. When you smoke with children in the car, they breathe every one of them. As it stands, Oklahoma kids are NOT protected from secondhand smoke inside vehicles.

Protect Our Kids
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Banning Menthol and Flavored Tobacco

Big Tobacco has always targeted the next generation with kid-friendly flavors. In fact, 4 out of 5 kids who have used tobacco started with a flavored product. Let’s protect our youth.

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Strengthening Enforcement Against Underage Tobacco Sales

In stores and online, it’s way too easy for kids to buy tobacco products. During compliance checks in 2018, 83 stores were cited for violating laws to prevent kids from illegally buying tobacco – but no licenses were suspended.

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Tobacco 21

Nearly 9 out of 10 smokers start by age 18. Raising the smoking age to 21 could keep 95% of smokers from ever starting. Every year, 1,800 kids under 18 in Oklahoma become new daily smokers.

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Cigarette Tax Increase

When cigarette prices rise, tens of thousands of people quit smoking — and countless children never start. The higher the price, the more lives are saved. Plus, higher prices mean saving millions in healthcare costs and lost productivity.

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Removing Smokers as a Protected Class of Employees

Oklahoma has employment protections for workers who smoke. The issue? They’re never incentivized to quit, and it’s hurting Oklahoma businesses. As it stands, smoking costs the state $2.1 billion per year in productivity losses.

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