Our names are Helena Cappon and Maura Winstanley, and we are Senior Evolvement Denver Leadership Team members. This past...
Between 2006 and 2010, over 10,000 people died in Denver from tobacco-related illness. Yet, every year, nearly 3,600 Colorado youth become daily smokers.
48% of Denver youth say it would be easy for them to get their own cigarettes. In 2008, 60% of underage Colorado smokers who tried to buy tobacco from a store were successful.
Multiple Colorado communities have passed tobacco retail license laws to protect kids from illegal tobacco sales. Only businesses who are illegally selling tobacco products to minors will be affected by this license.
Our names are Helena Cappon and Maura Winstanley, and we are Senior Evolvement Denver Leadership Team members. This past July, we were invited through a rigorous application process to Washington D.C., along with 7 other Evolvement Denver youth advocates, to attend national leadership summits for youth working on tobacco......Read More