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[Illinois] No-smoking policy on UI campus takes effect Jan. 1

The entire UI campus — indoors and out — is going smoke-free Jan. 1. And that means no more smoking at tailgates. Or in your car or anywhere else on UI property. That news did not sit well with some fans at the final home game of the season Nov. 30.
Champaign (IL) News-Gazette
added Dec 16, 2013 22:18
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[South Carolina] CCU Board of Trustees approves tobacco-free campus initiative

Coastal Carolina University Board of Trustees approved an initiative that will make its campus smoke and tobacco-free. This will include support programs and educational campaigns that will promote healthy living in general.
WMBF News (Myrtle Beach, SC)
added Dec 16, 2013 21:00
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[California] EDITORIAL: The tobacco threat returns

state civil servants do not have the expertise that private workers have. ... California's tobacco-control effort is working. The Department of Public Health should not try to fix what's not broken.
Fresno (CA) Bee
added Dec 16, 2013 15:49
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[Illinois] Smoking restrictions on other campuses

The University of Illinois will be the third Big Ten school to go 100 percent smoke-free, indoors and out. Others in the Big Ten have partial bans, and some ban all forms of tobacco:
Champaign (IL) News-Gazette
added Dec 16, 2013 15:45
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[South Carolina] Coastal Carolina University to go smoke-free in 2014

Coastal Carolina University trustees approved an initiative to make the campus smoke-free and tobacco free Friday, according to a release from the university.
Myrtle Beach (SC) Sun News
added Dec 14, 2013 18:30
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[Wisconsin] UWSP to go tobacco-free, indoors and out

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point campus will go completely tobacco-free, both indoors and out, by fall 2014. UWSP Chancellor Bernie Patterson said Friday that the decision to eliminate smoking everywhere was made after surveys of students, staff
Wausau (WI) Daily Herald
added Dec 14, 2013 18:20
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E-Cigs Pose Greater Health Risk than Conventional Cigarettes, Study

Researchers said that due to the 'frequency of puffing' and 'depth of inhalation' e-cigarette smokers absorb higher levels of dangerous chemicals than those who smoke traditional cigarettes. Nicotine and other chemicals found in e-cigarettes are believe
University Herald
added Dec 14, 2013 18:19
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EDITORIAL: Georgia should make its entire university system smoke-free

Here’s a phrase we’ll bet you’ve never heard before: “You know what we need more of? Secondhand smoke.” We’ll also bet you’ll never hear the phrase again, because foul-smelling secondhand smoke is such a widely accepted detriment. Dr. Hopkins said he wou
Augusta (GA) Chronicle
added Dec 14, 2013 12:46
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[New York] EDITORIAL: Where there's smoke, there's ...?

those who have implemented bans on real smoking need to decide if the prohibition should extend to these new creations. One logical if controversial approach would be to include e-cigarettes in existing bans until there is some definitive proof that they
Middletown (NY) Times Herald-Record
added Dec 14, 2013 02:48
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[Michigan] Tobacco-free campus proposal presented

Eastern Michigan University’s Student Affairs Committee met in Welch Hall on Tuesday as part of a series of end of the semester committee meetings.
Eastern Echo Online (Eastern Michigan U.)
added Dec 13, 2013 16:41
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