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An email was sent out by the Office of International Services on Nov. 13 as a reminder reinforcing the policy to all international students… “USF is a smoke-free, tobacco-free, and vapor-free campus,” Taylor wrote in the email. “Students who are caught
The new rules banning vaping and smoking e-cigarettes and marijuana at all outdoor dining areas of restaurants and bars in unincorporated county areas and on the periphery of any county facility are expected to be adopted early next year.
A smoking ban on St. Louis County ballots this November could mean big changes for a much broader swath of businesses than just bars where smoking is currently permitted. If the proposed ban were to go into effect, smoking would be prohibited in public
Last week the designated smoking areas were removed from all campuses and Healthy UON is helping the transition by employing Quit Advocates and offering support through the Callaghan Campus Pharmacy and University Health Service.
A smoking ban at open-air eateries in the country will help reduce the adverse impact of secondhand smoke and will help improve the wellbeing of Malaysians, says a group of local medical-related organisations. “There is no greater modifiable risk factor
Parliament passed a law Wednesday barring smoking in restaurants and bars with more than 100 square meters, or about 1,100 square feet, of space, except for separate and sealed smoking rooms. For the first time, the law sets fines for violators, with ill
A Beijing court ruled Monday that a train operator should cancel all designated smoking areas on its trains after a passenger sued the company over secondhand smoke, The Beijing News reported. The case marks China’s first lawsuit over smoking in public
South Ayrshire councillors will launch a bid to scrap their own controversial rule, the Post can reveal. We told last week how the three-year-old policy is being labelled a threat to small businesses. Now councillors are ready to intervene in the row.