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North Dakota Approves to Increase Smoking Law Stipulations

On November 6, 2012, voters in North Dakota approved a stricter no smoking law. The smoking ban in place for the last seven years has now expanded to include: bars, motels, private nursing homes, cabs and public transportation. Smoking within 20 feet of the entrance to a public building is also prohibited.

effective  December 6, 2012

Buy your No Smoking signs today from Emedco to ensure your compliance with the new no smoking ban!
New North Dakota No Smoking Signs
North Dakota Smoking Law Sign - State Law Prohibits Smoking
North Dakota Smoke-Free Workplace Sign
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  • Violations to this no smoking law can incur a $50 fine.
  • Bar owners licenses can be removed to sell alcohol and tobacco.
How Do You Comply?
  • An employer shall inform each of the employer's employees and prospective employees of the smoking prohibition applying to the place of employment.
  • An owner, operator, manager, or official in charge of a public place or place of employment shall remove ashtrays or other smoking paraphernalia from areas of the public place or place of employment where smoking is prohibited under this chapter. However, this subsection does not prohibit the display of ashtrays or other smoking paraphernalia that are intended only for retail sale.
  • An owner, operator, manager, or official in charge of a public place or place of employment shall post conspicuous signs at each public entrance that read "State Law Prohibits Smoking Within 20 Feet of this Entrance" or other similar language.