Who are we?

The Coalition for a Smoke-Free Tomorrow is a diverse group of stakeholders who have formed a statewide organization speaking with a single voice to improve Kentucky’s health by reducing tobacco use and protecting Kentuckians from the dangers of secondhand smoke and other tobacco-related emissions.

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Coalition News

Parents, Caregivers Urged to Use Time Away From Peers to Help Teens Quit E-cigarette Use​

Adolescents and teens are spending a lot more time at home while schools are closed, so now may be an ideal time for parents and caregivers to help kids quit using e-...

March 19, 2020

(FRANKFORT, Ky - March 19, 2020) Kentucky's House of Representatives today adopted "tobacco 21" legislation; the bill already passed the Senate and will soon be headed to Gov. Beshear's desk. Senate Bill 56 would conform Kentucky statutes to the new federal law ra...

March 11, 2020

(FRANKFORT, Ky - March 11, 2020) The Coalition for a Smoke-Free Tomorrow today alerted Kentucky Senators to a proposed 40 percent cut in what already was a declining state budget (HB352) to prevent tobacco use - including youth e-cigarette use - in the Commonwealth. Th...

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American Cancer Society

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American Heart Association American Stroke Association


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Kentucky Chamber of Commerce


Kentucky Council of Churches

Kentucky Equal Justice Center


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Kentucky Hospital Association


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Kentucky Nurses Association


Kentucky School Boards Association


Kentucky Voices for Health


Kentucky Youth Advocates

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