Going Tobacco Free


By Rochelle Dean


The next time you step on a college campus you may have to leave your cigarettes behind.

More State Colleges and Universities are opting for a healthier lifestyle for their students, not to mention less litter by putting smoke free policies in place.

Nearly a dozen schools have made the move prohibiting smoking from their campuses and the ban could soon expand.

At least five other school are considering similar restrictions to make their universities tobacco free.

(source: Associated Press)

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hootie said on Monday, May 20 at 4:44 AM

is alcohol illegal as well???? should be AND is in-your-face verbal attack allowed...should not be; how about volume control on vehicles and individual's filthy vile utterances////

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