Montana State Compliant No Smoking Signs
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The Montana Legislature enacted the Clean Indoor Air Act in 2005 to protect Montanans from the health hazards of breathing secondhand tobacco smoke. The new law went into effect October 1, 2005. It prohibits the use of tobacco products in all public schools and eliminates smoking in most enclosed public places throughout the state.
Section 4. Section 50-40-104, MCA, is amended to read:
50-40-104. Smoking in enclosed public places prohibited -- notice to public -- places where prohibition inapplicable.
(1) Except as otherwise provided in this section, smoking in an enclosed public place is prohibited.
(2) The proprietor or manager of an establishment containing enclosed public places shall post a sign in a conspicuous place at all public entrances to the establishment stating, in a manner that can be easily read and understood, that smoking in the enclosed public place is prohibited.