Ban On Smoking Is Likely To Be Implemented Within and Areas Adjacent To North Carolina Buildings
Date: 4 th January 2008
With new laws enforced by the North Carolina government promising to curb on smoking within 100 feet of government buildings in North Calorina and entrances to state universities, quit smoking campaigners are hopeful that smoking cessation would now trigger off as these rules would provide incentives to quit smoking enthusiasts.
According to Sally Herndon Malik, head of Tobacco Prevention and Control Branch, Department of Public Health, almost all the people addicted to smoking are enthusiastic to quit smoking and as such people should come together and make their working place smoke-free in order to help those quit smoking enthusiasts.
Sources reveal that N.C. State University is one among the universities and other buildings which are likely to be smoke-free on account of the new anti-smoking laws implemented by the state government. However, it is also known that the university has formulated quit smoking guidelines for 25-foot perimeter around entrances to the university building.