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Montana Legislators: It's time to restrict youth access to tanning beds!

ACS CAN supports legislative and regulatory initiatives at all levels of government to protect the public from increased skin cancer risk associated with exposure to ultraviolet radiation emitted by indoor tanning facilities.

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September 21, 2016
Montana

Local legislative candidates answered questions on current healthcare issues Tuesday night on topics ranging from tobacco use to legalizing the sale of raw milk. The Health Care Forum held by a non partisan group, Health Votes Montana 2016, posed questions such as tobacco prevention to local Montana legislative candidates.

September 14, 2016
Montana

BOZEMAN, Mont. - Health care is an important issue for most of Montanans. It was the topic of conversation for a handful of candidates hoping for a seat in the Montana Legislature. Half a dozen legislative candidates made their stances on health care known at Health Votes Montana State Legislative

September 9, 2016
Montana

The legislative forum is sponsored by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, AARP Montana and Montana Primary Care Association. All of Great Falls’ candidates for state Legislature were invited to participate in the nonpartisan event in which they can outline positions on issues related to disease prevention and access

September 9, 2016
Montana

In an effort to help educate Great Falls voters candidates for Montana's State Legislature gathered in a forum to answer questions regarding health care. One of the hot topics included raising the legal age to 21 to purchase tobacco products. Some in favor say it would help to curb the

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Chelsia Rice
Montana Grassroots Manager
Kristin Page-Nei
Montana Government Relations Director
Noe Baker
Senior Specialist, Media Advocacy
Western Region

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