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[Georgia, Utah] EDITORIAL: In our opinion: Tobacco-free campuses: More colleges are banning tobacco use
Colleges and universities are uniformly finding that tobacco prohibitions serve to benefit productivity and protect the health of those who patronize their grounds. And there is no persuasive reason why schools in Utah shouldn’t follow suit.
Oct 5, 2014 Deseret News
added Oct 6, 2014 17:26
As 31 Georgia universities adopt a ban on all tobacco products, colleges in and near Augusta support the measure but students remain unsure the bans will stop smoking on campus.
Oct 2, 2014 Augusta (GA) Chronicle
added Oct 3, 2014 01:45
As of Wednesday all tobacco use will be prohibited on all Norwalk Community College grounds, and in campus-owned, leased or rented vehicles. "It's making a statement to all of our employees and students that we're a community that celebrates health," sai
Oct 2, 2014 It's Relevant
added Oct 2, 2014 13:14
The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to combat the effects of secondhand smoke on low-income Latino and black families living in Los Angeles-area apartment buildings,
Sep 30, 2014 MyNewsLA.com
added Oct 1, 2014 14:19
On Wednesday, Oct. 1, the University of Georgia will start enforcing a campus-wide tobacco ban, joining a growing trend in higher education. ...universities are justified in banning cigarette smoking on campus grounds. Pitt should, too.
Sep 30, 2014 Pitt News (University of Pittsburgh)
added Sep 30, 2014 04:42
Students at the university’s conservative publication, The Arch Conservative, are protesting the campus-wide ban the day before it takes effect by gathering and smoking together. The editor of the Conservative, Blake Seitz, spoke to The Daily Caller about
Sep 29, 2014 The Daily Caller (blog)
added Oct 1, 2014 06:29
At the 31 public colleges and universities that make up the University System of Georgia, smoking will be forbidden. The use of chewing tobacco could lead to a penalty. And even products that “simulate the use of tobacco,” including e-cigarettes, are sch
Sep 29, 2014 New York Times
added Sep 28, 2014 22:03
The airport’s approach should be adopted by the other public places trying to curb smoking. Without enforcement, the current self-regulating bans are not eliminating the problem, so providing a space for smokers will at least protect the non-smokers.
Sep 25, 2014 St. John's (Nfl) Telegram (ca)
added Sep 27, 2014 14:51
As of fall 2014, Concordia has become a tobacco-free campus with the relocation of smoking areas on campus to places off of school grounds. The installment of this new policy has several reactions across the student body.
Sep 25, 2014 The Concordian (Concordia College, MN)
added Sep 25, 2014 13:00
LEGACY PARTNERS WITH HISPANIC ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (HACU) TO DISTINGUISH TOBACCO-RELATED HEALTH DISPARITIES AMONG HISPANIC/LATINO COLLEGE SUBPOPULATIONS
Innovative Study Shows Significant Differences Among Four Hispanic/Latino Subgroups: Mexican American, Dominican, Cuban American, Puerto Rican
Sep 23, 2014 American Legacy Foundation
added Sep 24, 2014 11:00