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BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – The chancellor of the University of Colorado signed a no smoking policy for the Boulder campus on Wednesday.
The ban takes effect in August and means smoking is not allowed anywhere on campus except for a few designated areas.
No tickets will be issued. Student violators will be sent to the student conduct office and CU employees will have to talk to their supervisor.
Visitors who light up will be asked to leave the campus.