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[Louisiana] EDITORIAL: Tobacco-free policy at UL the right step for student health

Kudos to our hometown school for striking a blow for the health of those who wander its pathways and the aesthetics of their surroundings. They did the right thing.
Lafayette (LA) Daily Advertiser
added Jun 22, 2014 20:39
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Penn tobacco-firm divestment proposal goes nowhere

A proposal for the University of Pennsylvania to divest its $7.7 billion endowment from tobacco stocks died Friday without a vote by the board of trustees. Board chairman David L. Cohen said tobacco does not qualify as a "moral evil" - a criterion for d
Philadelphia (PA) Inquirer
added Jun 22, 2014 20:25
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[Ohio] Columbus State to ban tobacco use on campus

Columbus State Community College plans to ban tobacco use across its campus next year, joining about 20 other Ohio colleges with similar prohibitions. In a 13-page proposal emailed to students this week, college leaders wrote that all tobacco products w
Columbus (OH) Dispatch
added Jun 21, 2014 12:00
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[Pennsylvania] Penn trustees to consider tobacco divestment

Few would argue that tobacco has any redeeming qualities, but is it a "moral evil"? That's the question members of the University of Pennsylvania's board of trustees likely will grapple with Friday when they consider a proposal to prohibit the investmen
Philadelphia (PA) Inquirer
added Jun 20, 2014 12:35
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[Maryland] Ban of e-cigarettes among FCC policy changes

Electronic cigarettes and vaporizers are now off-limits for those looking to smoke at Frederick Community College, after the board of trustees voted Wednesday to revise policies governing student and staff conduct.
The Frederick (MD) News-Post
added Jun 19, 2014 13:10
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[South Carolina] Staff and students at CCU prepare for launch of tobacco-free policy

Coastal Carolina University is gearing up for the official launch of its tobacco-free initiative Aug. 1, but the new policy began changing lives soon after it was announced in January.
Myrtle Beach (SC) Sun News
added Jun 19, 2014 10:50
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Tony Gwynn's death raises issue of smokeless tobacco use in high schools, colleges

"It's a huge thing in the baseball world," UCLA outfielder Ty Moore said in a phone interview. "I'm here in the Cape Cod League, and some players from the South do it. When you ask an outsider about baseball, they think of [sunflower] seeds and tobacco.
Los Angeles Times
added Jun 17, 2014 08:11
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[Asia, India] Ban up in smoke as fags, gutkha sale goes on at Barkatullah University

As a faculty member states, it is difficult to get a glass of pure drinking water inside the campus, but not tobacco products. Higher education department recently issued guidelines stating stuffs like ashtrays should also not be allowed on campuses of go
Times of India
added Jun 14, 2014 17:25
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University of Louisiana at Lafayette bans tobacco on campus

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is banning tobacco from its campuses effective Aug. 1, 2014. A new state law mandates that public universities create smoke-free policies, according to Joey Pons, associate director of Public Safety at UL Lafayett
Lafayette (LA) Daily Advertiser
added Jun 11, 2014 00:34
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[South Carolina] College of Charleston to go smoke-free July 1

The College of Charleston will go tobacco-free July 1, but so far the ban doesn't apply to public streets and sidewalks within the downtown campus.
Charleston (SC) Post & Courier
added Jun 10, 2014 20:33
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