Make no butts about it, Wayne State University is about to have a zero tolerance policy when it comes to smoking or using other tobacco products on campus.
Eastern Michigan University plans to go tobacco-free starting July 1.
Several students have complained that the school’s “25-feet smoking rule” is not being followed.
The Mount Pleasant school says the policy, “A Breath of Fresh Air,” will eliminate the use of tobacco products indoors or outdoors on campus.
The legislation would make it illegal for any tobacco product to be lit in a vehicle when a person under the age of 18 is inside.
Flint-based McLaren Health Care has instituted a no-nicotine policy for all job applicants, testing them for tobacco use as part of the drug screening process.
The DMC announced Wednesday that it’s implementing a “nicotine-free” hiring policy, effective July 1st.
Sunday marks the one year anniversary for the smoking ban in Michigan. So, has the ban hurt business for restaurants and bars?