New Jersey's First Year Of Smoke Free Air Act A Success

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New Jersey and Smoking

New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services commemorated a successful first year of New Jersey's Smoke Free Air Act, noting overwhelming public support for the law and significant improvements in workplace air quality.

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The Act, which bars tobacco smoking in most state workplaces and public buildings, was implemented on April 15, 2006.

"I am pleased to say that patrons and employees are working in healthier environments thanks to the successful implementation of the Smoke Free Air Act in New Jersey," said Dr. Jacobs.

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