ANR Foundation Partners with CityHealth for Policy Recommendations

As the marijuana/cannabis industry grows bolder in its quest to promote smoking or vaping marijuana indoors by rolling back smokefree air laws, smokefree advocates need additional tools and resources to adequately educate decision makers and key opinion leaders about the health hazards of breathing secondhand marijuana smoke and aerosols. To this end, ANR Foundation is excited to announce a new infographic/info-sheet on cannabis smoke in partnership with CityHealth, an initiative of the de Beaumont Foundation and Kaiser Permanente. This co-branded infographic overviews the facts, risks, policy recommendations, and more for keeping indoor air free from secondhand marijuana smoke and aerosol and is a handy resource to give to your community/city leadership to protect smokefree air.

See the infographic/sheet on CityHealth’s site.

More about our work with CityHealth here.

American Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation (ANRF) is a 501c3 non-profit educational and advocacy group that has been working for over 40 years to protect everyone’s right to breathe nontoxic air in workplaces and public places, from offices and airplanes to restaurants, bars, and casinos. ANRF has continuously shined a light on the tobacco industry’s interference with sound and life-saving public health measures and successfully protected 61% of the population with local or statewide smokefree workplace, restaurant, and bar laws. ANRF aims to close gaps in smokefree protections for workers in all workplaces, including bars, music venues, casinos, and hotels. For more information, please visit ANRF projects include and