It’s the first day of July and the first day of a smoking ban at the University of Michigan.
Starting July 1, the entire U-M Ann Arbor campus will be smoke-free. This includes popular areas like the Diag in the middle of Central Campus, tailgate areas.
Sunday marks the one year anniversary for the smoking ban in Michigan. So, has the ban hurt business for restaurants and bars?
Due to the “confusing language” of Michigan’s smoking law, a judge has tossed out a fine levied against a bar owner who claimed patrons should be allowed to smoke in his establishment.
The University of Michigan is releasing details of its plans to implement the school’s smoke-free policy that goes into effect July 1st.
Some bars and restaurants may allow their customers to light up that cigarette on New Year’s Eve. Owners say it’s in protest of the ban — which is burning their business.
A Macomb County city is considering a smoking ban at a beach in one of its parks. New Baltimore City Councilman Dave Duffy brought the issue up at a recent meeting, saying too many people were using […]
Is the smoking ban truly bad for business? A new survey out Wednesday concerning the impact of Michigan’s smoking ban shows restaurants and taverns have been more than 2.5 times more likely to experience a decrease in […]
Michigan has gone smoke-free. Now, it’s your turn. The Michigan Department of Community Health is encouraging people who want to quit smoking or chewing tobacco to take advantage of free nicotine replacement products.