UCLA to impose tobacco ban this spring, ahead of system-wide 2014 ban
- UCLA will go tobacco free starting April 22, becoming the first of the University of California's 10 campuses to impose a smoking ban scheduled to begin in 2014.
- Cigarettes, cigars and chewing tobacco will be prohibited on the campus, which Chancellor Gene Block hopes to make the nation's healthiest.
- Several resources, including a free nicotine replacement starter kit, will be available to assist tobacco users in quitting.
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The University of California is banning smoking on its 10 campuses in 2014, but UCLA has decided to go tobacco free this spring. ...
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