The real-life person who blew the whistle on the tobacco companies and is the basis of the 1999 move "The Insider", spoke at LCCC Monday.
Jeffrey Wigand spoke to nursing students about the dangers of nicotine and the responsibility they have to their patients to keep them informed what they're doing to their body.
Wigand says he blew the whistle on tobacco companies because he felt responsible for the loss of life and didn't want to be a bystander anymore.
We asked him what he felt about Wyoming's Legislature considering anti-whistleblower legislation.
"I mean I would have a real problem with that. I think people who see harm being done have the ontological duty to bring that information forward particularly when it affects the health and well-being of our country and our people," Wigand said.