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Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
http://www.ash.org
ASH is a nonprofit educational organization that fights for the rights of nonsmokers through legal action. Contact ASH at: Action on Smoking and Health 2013 H St., NW Washington, DC 20006 (202) 659-4310

Smokefree.net
http://www.smokefree.net
The goal of the Smokefree.net is to win the right to breathe smokefree air, facilitate communication among smokefree advocates and key decision makers, and share information about the tobacco cartel.

Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
http://www.tobaccofreekids.org
Launched in September, 1995, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids was created to protect young people from tobacco addiction. Contact them at: Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids 1400 Eye St. Suite 1200 Washington, DC 20005 (202) 296-5469

QuitNet
http://www.quitnet.org
QuitNet offers tips, tools, and help for those who want to quit smoking.

Kick Butts Day
http://kickbuttsday.org
The annual Kick Butts Day is the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids' annual celebration of youth advocacy, leadership and activism.

TobaccoFree.org
http://www.tobaccofree.org
This site includes links to online anti-smoking resources.

Smokefree.gov
http://www.smokefree.gov
This site contains facts and information about how to quit smoking.

The National Partnership for Smoke-Free Families
http://www.helppregnantsmokersquit.org/
Supported by the Robert Wood Johnson, this program offers information and advice on helping pregnant smokers quit.

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