State & Regional No Smoking Regulations
Smoking bans are public policies, including laws and occupational safety and health regulations, which prohibit tobacco smoking in workplaces and/or other public spaces. Use the links on this page to understand which regulations affect your business.
Smoking Bans in the United States
In the United States no attempt has been made to enact a nationwide federal smoking ban. All smoking bans in the United States are the product of state and local occupational safety and health laws.
Following is a list of specific U.S. state and local smoking regulations
Smoking Bans World Worldwide
More than 100 countries worldwide have implemented some form of no-smoking ban. For more information on country specific laws and regulations, visit the following site:
Smoke-free colleges and universities
An increasing number of colleges and universities have implemented smoke-free campus policies. Here you will find a list of those institutions which have entirely prohibited smoking on campus or those that allow smoking only in very remote regions. This list does not include schools with designated smoking areas near public areas.