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Together we’re stronger than big tobacco

The tobacco industry targets kids with candy-flavored products and ads placed at children’s eye level. But people in Oregon are fighting back and holding the industry accountable for the harm it causes. Join us.

The tobacco industry spends $100 million a year to hook our kids. Call them out on social media by sharing the images below!

 

Courage / Cash

Strength / Sales

Promise / Profits

Curiosity / Customer

Dreamer / Dollar Signs

Inspiration / Income

HOW ARE WE STRONGER?

Community members share how they are fighting back against Big Tobacco.

Gerardo Bobadilla

Owner of Guadalajara Market

Shanaquewa Finney

Community Programs Director

David Jacques

NAMI Volunteer

Cheryl Carter

Public Health Advisory Board

IN THE NEWS

Local experts share what you need to know about tobacco and Covid-19.

Dr. Jennifer Vines

Multnomah Co. Public Health Officer

Dr. Bob Dannenhoffer

Public Health Officer for Douglas Co.

Rachael Banks

Multnomah Co. Public Health Director

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This campaign is in response to Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Order 19-09 issued October 4, 2019, which directed state agencies to take strong action to address the vaping public health crisis. It is also connected to the state’s response to COVID-19, as initial research shows that people who smoke may be more likely to develop serious complications from COVID-19 than people who don’t smoke, similar to other respiratory infections.