American Lung Association

Ohio Public Radio

State lawmakers are gearing up for another round in the fight over renewable energy standards.

The American Lung Association's annual air-quality report gives Ohio good and bad rankings.

Ohio is getting a failing grade from anti-smoking advocates for reducing tobacco use. 

Ten years after Ohio voters approved a statewide indoor smoking ban, experts point to a host of resulting benefits


A new analysis by the Clean Air Task Force, a group of more than two dozen environmental and public health organizations, quantifies the health effects of smog pollution.

For the third consecutive year, Franklin County's air quality gets a failing grade.

Franklin County's air quality is getting a failing grade in the American Lung Association's "State of the Air 2015" report.


An American Lung Association poll shows 63 percent of Ohioans support raising cigarette taxes by a dollar a pack.

Deborah C. Smith

A new study by the American Lung Association shows the air quality has improved slightly from last year in Ohio cities, but remains among the lowest in the union.