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Colleges lighting a smoke-free path

Schools look toward banning cigarettes campus-wide in U.S.
Tobacco-use bans are sweeping campuses nationwide. California state system will begin its ban in 2013, as well as the University of MIssouri at Columbia, which will go smoke-free in 2014.
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Menelik Mengesha, 23, a junior studying civil engineering at Cleveland State University is a smoker. But if Ohio state officials have their way, he won’t be able to do it anymore on campus. smokes a cigarette on campus in Cleveland. They are pushing sweeping tobacco-use bans on campuses across the country.
MIKE GROLL/Associated Press
Patrick Hill of the buildings and grounds department at the State University of New York at Albany lights a pipe on a break at the campus in Albany, N.Y. Tobacco use bans are sweeping campuses nationwide.

Colleges lighting a smoke-free path

Tobacco-use bans are sweeping campuses nationwide. California state system will begin its ban in 2013, as well as the University of MIssouri at Columbia, which will go smoke-free in 2014.
TONY DEJAK/Associated Press
Menelik Mengesha, 23, a junior studying civil engineering at Cleveland State University is a smoker. But if Ohio state officials have their way, he won’t be able to do it anymore on campus. smokes a cigarette on campus in Cleveland. They are pushing sweeping tobacco-use bans on campuses across the country.
MIKE GROLL/Associated Press
Patrick Hill of the buildings and grounds department at the State University of New York at Albany lights a pipe on a break at the campus in Albany, N.Y. Tobacco use bans are sweeping campuses nationwide.
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