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A viral video showing a woman smoking within Changi Airport Terminal 3 is circulating on social media and has riled several netizens who questioned what airport security and officers from the National Environment Agency (NEA) are doing.
An Augusta Commission committee voted Tuesday to send a tougher smoking ordinance to a workshop so advocates for and against can be heard further. A tougher smoking ordinance is headed for a workshop in a couple of weeks after an Augusta Commission comm
McGill campuses will become largely smoke-free as of Tuesday, May 1, 2018. Smoking cigarettes or e-cigarettes will only be permitted in designated smoking areas. The new policy, adopted by McGill’s Board of Governors on December 12, 2017, is aimed at pr
The ban will be instituted on Aug. 1 and will involve all of the buildings of the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority, Orlando Artze, the RRHA’s interim chief executive officer, told the Free Press on Monday. RRHA officials did not initiate the
Laws and policies that prohibit smoking in workplaces and other public areas appeared to significantly lower the risk of cardiovascular disease among a group of young adults who were followed over a 20-year span. The study findings are consistent with pr
Laws and policies that prohibit smoking in workplaces and other public areas appeared to significantly lower the risk of cardiovascular disease among a group of young adults who were followed over a 20-year span. The study findings are consistent with
Supporters say the move is the next step after similar bans were approved in workplaces, at the Medical University of South Carolina, the College of Charleston and The Citadel. The city’s website says Charleston has 120 parks with about 1,800 total acre
Council gave first of three required readings to the ban on Tuesday night. The vote was 5-2, with Councilmen Charlie Jernigan and Richard Stroman voting in opposition. The ordinance would prohibit smoking in public places including Centennial Park, Chap
The Department of Health’s new bill on tobacco products proposes a complete ban on smoking in outdoor public places, prohibits vending machines and brings e-cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery devices into the regulatory fold for the first
A youth-led, anti-tobacco group mentored by local leaders inspired Hamilton County schools to scrap the system’s outdated tobacco policy and go nicotine-free. Although the old policy prohibited smoking inside or near buildings, it allowed smoking on sch