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Mississippi Promotes Smoke-free Air

Lately, Mississippi has taken great strides toward cleaner, smoke-free air. With more local smoke-free air laws passed than any other state, Mississippi is pushing away from its past reputation of poor health.

Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights, a national non-profit organization, awarded Mississippi Smoke-free Air advocates and Mississippi cities first place in the Smokefree Indoor Air Challenge for 2010.

This honor is assigned to the state with the most local smoke-free air policies.

The University of Mississippi has aided in the process as well by establishing designated tobacco-use areas around campus, where smokers can have a cigarette without exposing other non-smokers to secondhand smoke.

Human Resource Management major John Brooks feels the designated smoking cigarettes areas have improved the campus.

“Having people smoking cigarettes cigarettes online nearby doesn’t necessarily bother me, but I do believe the designated smoking cigarettes areas are appreciated by many students and faculty,” he said.

Currently, there are 40 cities in Mississippi with smoke-free air ordinances. Twenty-four cities had smoke-free air policies in 2009 and in 2010, 13 of the state’s cities passed smoke-free ordinances.

Mississippi State health officer Mary Currier explained that 78 percent of Mississippi voters support smoke-free air policies.

The goal of smoke-free air is catching on across the nation and over 454 cities and counties across the United States have placed local smoke-free policies including bars, places of work and restaurants.

Although Mississippi has come a long way in protecting the public from secondhand smoke, there are still establishments like restaurants and casinos whose employees are constantly exposed to secondhand smoke.

In an article for the Laurel Leader-Call, Emily Wilson, field coordinator for South Mississippi, said one survey from Mississippi State University revealed that more employees and smokers would favor an indoor ban on smoking cigarettes than would oppose.

Wilson also mentioned the $264 million dollars spent on the treatment of tobacco-related diseases and the negative impact it has on the economy.

Furthermore, she added that businesses lose close to $1.4 billion in lost productivity due to smoking cigarettes each year.

While larger cities like Jackson, Hattiesburg, Oxford, Starkville, Tupelo and parts of Gulfport have gone smoke cigarettes free, 80 percent of Mississippi is not covered by these ordinances, according to Wilson, which does not help out rural Mississippi.

University Judicial Council member Scott Wallace has seen improvements on campus due to the designated tobacco areas.

“We used to have a problem on campus with people smoking cigarettes by building entrances,” said Wallace, who is also the assistant dean of students. “People who were bothered by or allergic to smoke cigarettes would have to pass these smokers on the way into the building.”

Approximately 30 other states and Washington, D.C., have comprehensive state ordinances currently and with time, more states may join.

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