Indoor gas stoves are associated with an increased risk of asthma among children and are in use in 35% of households in the United States with certain states  reaching nearly 70%. Even though children’s exposure to gas cooking is widespread, the population-level implications of cooking with gas are largely unrecognized. This research paper attempts to quantify the population-attributable fraction for gas stove use and current childhood asthma in the US at the national and state levels.