Cancer Center's Rule May Lead Texas Universities to Curb Smoking

February 20, 2012

Texas universities have not generally embraced the national movement to ban smoking on campuses. But The New York Times reported that recently adopted rules by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas may change that. The institute is requiring that grant recipients have policies barring tobacco use in buildings and areas where sponsored research takes place -- and some universities that want grants from the center are now thinking about tougher policies on smoking on campus.

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