State of Tobacco Control 2020: Proven Policies to Prevent and Reduce Tobacco Use
Did YOUR State make the grade?
Key Findings | State of Tobacco Control
The 17th annual American Lung Association State of Tobacco Control Key Findings show a failure of states and the federal government to act to reduce tobacco use, including e-cigarette use.
Grades for state report cards are based on five areas that have been proven to prevent and reduce tobacco use and save lives.
See how the federal government scored in this year's State of Tobacco Control report.
By the Numbers
See lists of the impacts from tobacco use and secondhand smoke, from 10 of the worst diseases smoking causes to the most appalling facts about tobacco, including e-cigarette, company misdeeds.
For the Media
Journalists can access press releases, experts available for interview, b-roll, the full State of Tobacco Control report and more.
Help Fight Tobacco Use
Join our efforts to create a tobacco-free future. By taking action to prevent and reduce tobacco use in your state, you are standing with the American Lung Association to prevent and reduce lung disease.
Tobacco Control Milestones
View some of our victories and milestones in the American Lung Association's efforts to fight tobacco use.
Get quick stats and key facts about tobacco control.
Tobacco Policy Reports & Resources
Take a look at the American Lung Association's reports and websites on key tobacco control issues.
12-Point Plan to End Tobacco Use
View the American Lung Association’s Bold 12-Point Advocacy Plan to eliminate tobacco use, including vaping.
Lung Association E-Cigarette Resources
View American Lung Association information and resources to help end the youth vaping epidemic.