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The purpose of the Nebraska Clean Indoor Air Act is to protect the public health and welfare by prohibiting smoking in public places and places of employment. LB395, which amends the Nebraska Clean Indoor Air Act, requires every indoor workplace in the state to be smoke-free. The Act eliminates smoking in enclosed indoor areas including restaurants, bars, keno establishments, and other workplaces (retail/office space, manufacturing, etc.) as well as indoor public places. The law goes into effect June 1, 2009.
7-003.04A General Standards: All signs which provide the public notice of the smoking status of a public place or public meeting must:
1. Display printed text in clear, unequivocal language describing the smoking status. Signs may also include:
a. The statement, “In accordance with the Nebraska Clean Indoor Air Act,…”; or
b. Additional words or symbols, but the additional printing must not obscure the basic words identifying the smoking status.”
2. Be posted at a height and location easily seen by a person before entering;
3. Be clearly visible in the place or meeting; and
4. Have letters on those signs which prohibit smoking printed at least as large as the letters on those signs which permit smoking.