Sep 9, 2013 at 1:50 pm
The north dakota center for tobacco prevention and control is reminding businesses of the need to post smoke-free signage. North Dakota law requires no smoking signs at all public entrances. The center’s donna thronson says quite a few businesses are in non-compliance.
Thronson says it’s a relatively new law and it may take time for some businesses owners to warm up to it.
Temporary signs can be downloaded at the website www.breathnd.com. Thronson says more permanent signs are available for free at public health units across the state.
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