July 24, 2013 is the tenth anniversary of New York’s Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA). The CIAA addresses the deadly health effects of secondhand smoke. It prohibits smoking in workplaces, bars, restaurants, bowling facilities, taverns, and bingo halls. Lives have been saved and millions of New Yorkers have reaped the health benefits of smoke-free workplaces in the last ten years. Unfortunately, smoking remains the leading cause of preventable death in New York.