UA announces revisions to tobacco ban - Tucson News Now

UA announces revisions to tobacco ban

University officials pushed back the start date on the policy to review public comment. (Source: Tucson News Now) University officials pushed back the start date on the policy to review public comment. (Source: Tucson News Now)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - The University of Arizona released its revised smoking and tobacco policy on Friday.

When UA students start classes on Aug. 25, they will be able to smoke e-cigarettes on campus, but not in campus buildings.

University officials pushed back the start date on the policy to review public comment.

Originally, the policy banned all tobacco inside and outside buildings on campus. The ban included e-cigarettes.


To read the policy, click here: http://shout.lt/BXbp.

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