Headlines Tagged with Texas — 5,051 headlines found
As of Oct. 1, there are at least 1,478 completely smoke-free campuses ... Sophia Chapman, director of the Office of Student Conduct at Texas Tech, said Tech is not currently on the way to becoming a smoke-free campus, but the university does have operatin
Oct 9, 2014 Daily Toreador (Texas Tech University)
added Oct 9, 2014 11:09
If proposed amendments are approved by City Council members Tuesday evening, employees enrolled in the city’s medical plan that are not “tobacco-free” will have to pay an extra $50 with their monthly premium starting Jan. 1, 2016.
Oct 4, 2014 Huntsville (TX) Item
added Oct 6, 2014 17:25
Sophomore Carlos Vela, 15, was appointed last week by the Texas School Safety Center as one of 20 teen ambassadors for their statewide tobacco prevention program Say What!, an acronym for Students, Adults and Youth Working Hard Against Tobacco. He said h
Oct 2, 2014 Aransas Pass (TX) Progress
added Oct 2, 2014 09:05
[Texas] Smokers were seen at FallsFest despite a new ordinance desinged to ban smoking at parks ($$)
WICHITA FALLS, Texas - FallsFest has come and gone for another year, but for some people, lack of ordinance enforcement left a bad taste in their mouths — because of smoking.
Sep 29, 2014 Wichita Falls (TX) Times Record News
added Oct 1, 2014 09:01
Survey indicates employers are prepared for the Affordable Care Act's tobacco cessation rules
Sep 24, 2014 PR Newswire
added Sep 24, 2014 11:02
The senior and sophomore, respectfully, are the first two from KHS to participate in the state-wide Say What! movement... According to the Say What! website, the program was developed by Texas youth and stands for Students, Adults and Youth Working Hard A
Sep 20, 2014 Kilgore (TX) News Herald
added Sep 20, 2014 22:45
Do you vape? New UT Tyler legislation prevents vaping in classrooms and requires everyone who is vaping to be at least 25 feet from entrances.
Sep 20, 2014 Patriot Talon (University of Texas at Tyler)
added Sep 20, 2014 13:22
A citywide ban on smoking in public places went into effect today in Waxahachie. The City Council approved the ban last month to cut down on secondhand smoke in public places and places and the workplace.
Sep 18, 2014 Dallas Morning News
added Sep 18, 2014 18:22
Waxahachie provided a Frequently Asked Questions for residents and business owners to explain the ordinance passed by the city council on Aug. 18.
Sep 18, 2014 Waxahachie (TX) Daily Light
added Sep 18, 2014 17:57
Minors in College Station will not be able to own, purchase or use e-cigarettes after Sept. 22 because of an ordinance change passed by the College Station City Council on Thursday night.
Sep 12, 2014 Bryan (TX) Eagle
added Sep 13, 2014 17:42