Colleges Look to Banning Smoking and Tobacco Use
The risks from second-hand smoke and reduced costs of smoke-free dorms are driving the action. Video by fox47news.comvideo
This is good news, depending who you ask.
A growing number of colleges are banning or considering banning smoking and tobacco use in all forms on campus.
The risks from second-hand smoke and reduced costs of smoke-free dorms are driving the action.
This year's Surgeon General report shows tobacco use in people ages 18-to-25 is at a sky high rate nationwide.
Michigan State is not smoke free, but the University of Michigan went smoke free last year.