Giving all Kansans the right to breath clean air was the message behind a news conference at the Capitol Wednesday. The American Cancer Society urged Kansas legislators to listen to constituents on the "Clean Indoor Air Act".
It would ban smoking at most indoor public places statewide. Speakers, from state lawmakers to doctors to business owners, say the time to pass this law is now.
About 290 Kansans die a year from second-hand smoke.
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