Kids Involuntarily Inhaling Secondhand Smoke (KIISS) was founded in April of 2000 with a mission, "Dedicated to eliminating kids' involuntary inhalation of secondhand smoke and its multiple health risks."
Members of KIISS' board include those who were influential in passing California's statewide workplace smoking ban, AB 13, in 1994.
Today KIISS is working to educate those in other states about the success of California's smoking ban in workplaces and restaurants. In California, it is also working to educate smokers on the need to create smoke-free apartments, homes, and cars, and to eliminate environmental tobacco smoke when kids are present.


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