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Indiana's health commissioner is splitting $5,000 among three former smokers in reward for their quitting smoking. Mary Stackhouse of Kokomo won $2,500, Sean Terrell of Jasonville won $1,500 and Carla Reel of Lafayette won $1,000 for not smoking in Octob
Dec 24, 2012 AP - Associated Press
added Dec 24, 2012 17:10
Cigarettes, dip, cigars and even electronic cigarettes are things that could keep you out of the running. A Baptist Health official told us today it's happy to be the first Little Rock hospital to take an anti-tobacco stand against its job applicants.
Dec 19, 2012 KATV Channel 7 (Little Rock, AR)
added Dec 20, 2012 14:38
Dec 19, 2012 KUAM (gu)
added Dec 19, 2012 03:22
Effective immediately, the Department of Public Health and Social Services will not hire people who smoke.
Dec 19, 2012 Pacific Daily News (gu)
added Dec 18, 2012 14:56
Starting Jan. 1, tobacco use won't be allowed on state property, including parking lots, porches and other outdoor areas.
Dec 18, 2012 The Oregonian
added Dec 31, 2012 11:22
your chances of getting a job at Mercy Memorial Hospital System might be going up in smoke. Following the lead of other health care facilities, MMHS has decided to hire only employees who declare they are ânicotine-free.â
Dec 15, 2012 Monroe (MI) Evening News
added Dec 15, 2012 21:39
Jakarta Vice Governor, Basuki T Purnama threatened to revoke the Regional Work Benefit (TKD) of governmental employees who smoke at the office. The policy is slated to be included in Government Rule No 50 the year of 2012 about No Smoking Area (KDM).
Dec 11, 2012 beritajakarta.com (Jakarta Provincial Government) (id)
added Dec 11, 2012 08:06
I couldn't believe my eyes when reading the front page announcing, "In a puff, county smoking restriction is gone." This decision by New Castle County official David Grimaldi concerns me. Unlike Mr. Grimaldi, I have never seen a study that shows that sm
Dec 10, 2012 Wilmington (DE) News Journal
added Dec 10, 2012 03:04
Fairfax County can legally force its employees to enroll in classes that help them stop smoking, the county's attorney said. County Attorney David Bobzien offered that finding to the County Board of Supervisors, whose members wanted to know whether they
Dec 9, 2012 Washington (DC) Examiner
added Dec 10, 2012 15:13
Secondhand smoke exposure levels in outdoor hospitality venues: a qualitative and quantitative review of the research literature
Dec 5, 2012 Tobacco Control
added Dec 6, 2012 02:44