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UW-L Could Go Tobacco Free Soon

Through the American Lung Association, UW-L Campus Wellness Director, Jason Bertrand has received a $1,000 grant for publicity and other fees associated with pushing a campus free tobacco policy in La Crosse. It's called Nobacco. Bertrand tells us not everyone is in favor of the proposed change.

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Becoming a tobacco-free campus means that no use of tobacco products.....including cigarettes, chewing tobacco and hookahs, will be allowed inside or outside on any part of campus property. Chancellor Gow told Bertrand that he would sign the policy if UW-L’s four governing groups voted in favor of it. They vote on April 16th.

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