Initiatives

Homes

Homes
The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaii, the Hawaii State Department of Health, and other community partners, are working together to create healthier and safer communities by reducing secondhand smoke exposure in condominiums, apartments, and town-homes in Hawaii.


Smoke-Free Beaches, Parks & Bus Stops

Smoke-Free Beaches, Parks & Bus Stops
The new smoking ban covers beaches, parks, tennis courts, athletic fields, playgrounds, swimming pools, botanical gardens, beach right-of-ways, park roadways, recreation areas, and bus stops. These places will be protected from secondhand smoke as well as the toxic and unsightly litter associated with smoking.



Communities

Communities
The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawai‘i, through funding from the Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, partnered with the Hawai‘i State Department of Health and the American Cancer Society to create this Social Norms Toolkit in the form of a manual as a tangible means to positively affect socially accepted behavior around the issues of smoking and second-hand smoke.



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County of Hawaii Ordinance 13-124 Takes Effect July 1, 2014

County of Hawaii Ordinance 13-124 Takes Effect July 1, 2014
In the County of Hawaii, it is unlawful for any person or retailer to distribute a tobacco product to any person under 21 years of age (born after June 30, 1996). If you are a retailer, click on the logo to download the factsheet with details about the new law.

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Send Your Testimony in Strong Support for SB 2495 SD 1, Relating to Electronic Smoking Devices

Petition Relating to Premium Cigars

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