Smoke-Free Housing Summit: Keeping the Momentum

building-a-new-normal-coverChanging social norms takes time.

Just fifteen years ago, passengers on international flights could smoke, restaurants and bars were filled with smoke, office workers smoked at their desks, and our parks and beaches were littered with cigarette butts.

Now we can breath clean smoke-free air where we work and socialize–but necessarily where we live. If you live in a multi-unit/family building, near a smoker, you can be exposed to secondhand smoke.

New Yorkers are increasingly embracing smoke-free housing because all too often, when one person smokes, the whole building smokes.

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