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ARCHIVE: “They’re Going to Die Anyway”: Smoking Shelters at Veterans’ Facilities

Despite strong VA support, the tobacco industry created a public relations–focused grassroots veterans’ opposition group, eventually pushing the US Congress to pass a law requiring smoking areas in every VA health facility. Arguing that it would be unpat
American Journal of Public Health
added Dec 2, 2016 23:04
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[Colorado] Rule bans bars, many restaurants from creating pot-use areas

- Denver bars and many restaurants won't be able to offer on-site marijuana consumption because a new rule prohibits liquor-license holders from applying for the permit. State licensing officials have announced the rule, striking a blow to Denver's voter
KRDO TV 13 (Colorado Springs, CO)
added Nov 19, 2016 20:54
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[Asia, China] No butts about it: the noose tightens on smoking

“We are delighted with the adoption of this new law,” said Dr Bernhard Schwartländer, World Health Organization representative in China. “Shanghai will be protecting non-smokers from the deadly harm of second-hand smoke.” Under the new regulation, hotel
Shanghai Daily (cn)
added Nov 18, 2016 22:02

[California] Kristina Iliopoulos: UCLA must re-evaluate smoking policies with passage of Prop 64

what it’s doing now isn’t working – smoking on campus will only become more prevalent with the passage of Proposition 64. If UCLA doesn’t update its rules as the times develop, the consequences are clear: It’s ganja have a bud time.
Daily Bruin (UCLA)
added Nov 17, 2016 17:28

[Asia, China] Shanghai to Implement Outright Tobacco Ban at Indoor Venues

The amended regulation forbids smoking in hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues, as well as government agencies' offices, meeting rooms and cafeterias. Smoking rooms in airports and railway stations, ferry ports and bus stations will all be shutte
Caixin Online (cn)
added Nov 14, 2016 15:37

[Canada] CRUICKSHANK: Designated smoking areas rather than smoke-free campus

It is possible that students are in part smoking to deal with the stress of McGill academics, and it would be wrong to put the squeeze on this function without offering up alternatives to students. McGill has a responsibility to deal with its own smokers
McGill Tribune (ca)
added Nov 14, 2016 15:23

Japanese ministry orders smokers to take a hike

Bureaucrats at Japan's health ministry have been ordered to go for a brisk walk after their cigarette breaks in order to get rid of the lingering odour of tobacco. The smoking decree went into effect on Thursday, the Asahi newspaper reported, with staff
Electronic Telegraph (uk)
added Nov 10, 2016 14:12

[District of Columbia] ISKANDAR: Is the Smoke-Free Movement on Campus Being Purposefully Intransigent?

we essentially already have a campus that is de facto smoke-free in the vast majority of public places while accommodating those who need to smoke. But Georgetown is not enforcing those rules. There is an ashtray that sits directly next to Lauinger Libra
The Georgetown Voice (Georgetown University)
added Nov 4, 2016 16:56

[New Zealand] City cafes and restaurants trial smokefree outdoor dining

Twenty Canterbury cafes and restaurants will stub out smoking in their outdoor dining areas as part of a voluntary pilot trial for the summer season. From today, 'no smoking' signs will be erected at participating cafes, and those who light up outdoors
Independent Newspapers Ltd. / STUFF (nz)
added Oct 31, 2016 15:30

[Asia, China] A smoke inside the airport? Not any more

SHANGHAI’S two airports will ban smoking inside terminal buildings from this Sunday. Shanghai Airport Authority said yesterday all indoor smoking rooms will be closed. The authority has set up outdoor smoking areas and smokers will be guided to these de
Shanghai Daily (cn)
added Oct 26, 2016 13:30
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