University of Michigan bans smoking on its 3 campuses

Jan. 24, 2011
It is the first public university in the state to prohibit tobacco smoking

From The Detroit News: The University of Michigan's three campuses will be smoke-free beginning on July 1, making it the state's first public university to ban smoking tobacco on its grounds. The no-smoking policy will include residence halls, building and grounds, including sidewalks, parking structures and surface lots.

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