Ky. district prohibits smoking on school property

The school board in Jefferson County, Ky., has adopted a policy that will make all campuses in the district tobacco-free beginning July 1. The policy, approved Monday, prohibits the use of tobacco products by students, staff and visitors on public-school property, and also applies to on-duty staff members present at off-campus field trips and other events where students are in attendance. Among those who spoke in favor of the smoking ban were three Iroquois High School juniors.

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