When it comes to fighting Big Tobacco, we provide some of the latest news that will keep you up to date on what’s happening.
Event Wrap-Up: Kick Butts Day! By: Jacey Anderson More than 40 Nebraska teens from all over the state gathered in Lincoln for the 14th-annual Kick Butts Day rally against Big Tobacco, part of the nationwide Kick Butts Day tobacco awareness campaign. We gathered Tuesday night for some training and to [...]
Get Involved: Kick Butts Day! By: Miranda Shreves 2018 KBD participants rally at the Capitol. One of No Limits most coveted and widespread events is right around the corner: Kick Butts Day. The event will take place on March 20 in Lincoln at the State Capitol Building. Students [...]
Nov 04, 2018 AURORA, Neb. (KSNB) - A group of teens are working to end tobacco use among their peers and promote advocacy with a youth-led movement. Their movement is called No Limits. Students are trying to take a stand against Big Tobacco, and lessen the impact tobacco companies have on [...]
Article: Statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, American Heart Association, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and Truth Initiative April 24, 2018 WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today has taken important initial steps to address the dramatic rise in youth use of Juul [...]
Do you want the opportunity to be a leader, have fun, and meet other Nebraska youth who are passionate about fighting tobacco companies and their deceitful marketing tactics? Apply now through May 9, 2018, to become a part of the No Limits Nebraska Youth Board for 2018–2019! No limits Nebraska is entirely youth-led. When [...]
Article by: Tom Lasseter, Paritosh Bansal, Thomas Wilson, Ami Miyazaki, Duff Wilson and Aditya Kalra for Reuters Posted on: December 20, 2017 TOKYO/NEUCHATEL, Switzerland – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is weighing whether to approve a potentially path-breaking smoking device by Philip Morris International Inc. With a decision expected next year, former employees and contractors have described [...]