UB smoke-free policy is fully in force

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The year-long transition period for UB’s no-smoking policy has ended, and smoking is no longer allowed anywhere at the university.

The 100-percent smoke-free policy, which went into effect on Aug. 1, 2009, prohibits smoking in all buildings, university-owned vehicles and on the grounds of the university’s three campuses, as well as at off-site UB locations, such as the UB Anderson Gallery and Baird Research Park.

During the transition period, which ended this July 31, smoking had been allowed in areas of parking lots that were more than 100 feet from buildings.

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