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Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

CVS steers more funds to tobacco-free campaign

CVS steers more funds to tobacco-free campaign

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health has earmarked $10 million in new and expanded partnerships and programs for the second year of “Be The First,” its five-year, $50 million initiative to help deliver the nation’s first tobacco-free generation. CVS said Monday that the partnerships and programs — funded through CVS Health and the CVS Health Foundation

CVS exiting U.S. Chamber of Commerce over smoking

CVS exiting U.S. Chamber of Commerce over smoking

NEW YORK — CVS Health is leaving the U.S. Chamber of Commerce because of its stance on global anti-smoking laws, a company spokesman confirmed. Published reports said Tuesday that CVS is withdrawing its membership from the national business lobbying group in the wake of a New York Times article last week that spotlighted the chamber’s

CVS Health Foundation grants to help reduce youth tobacco use

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — The CVS Health Foundation announced the first four grant recipients in its “Making the Next Generation Tobacco-Free” grant program, a five-year, $5 million partnership with the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. The foundation said Wednesday that the announcement coincides with Kick Butts Day, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids’ national day of activism that

CVS traces impact of momentous decision on tobacco

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health marked the one-year anniversary of its decision to stop selling tobacco products in its stores by releasing data about the impact of its efforts to help Americans stop ­smoking. The company says that its messages about the importance of quitting smoking are reaching millions of Americans. And for customers who take