LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Everyone deserves the right to a smoke-free workplace. That's the mission behind the Clear the Air campaign.
In Arkansas alone, 540 adults die every year from secondhand smoke exposure. Workers exposed to secondhand smoke on the job are 34% more likely to get lung cancer.
THV's Ashley Blackstone sat down with Katherine Donald, director of the Coalition for Tobacco Free Arkansas, to talk about how stopping smoking can start in the workplace. Click on the THVideo!
And be sure to tune into 'Today's THV at 6' as we delve more into the smoking problem in Arkansas. Are those graphic smoking ads really effective? Plus, where does all of that tobacco tax money go?