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Vermont's three laws that deal with smoking restrictions protect the public from secondhand tobacco smoke, which can result in eye and throat irritation and increase the risk of lung cancer and respiratory diseases. Vermont's 'Smoking in the Workplace' law protects employers and employees by restricting smoking in the workplace. Vermont's 'Tobacco on the School Grounds' law protects students, teachers and the public by prohibiting the use of tobacco on public school gounds. Vermont's 'Smoking in Public Places' law (also known as the Clean Indoor Air Act) protects public health by prohibiting the possession of lighted tobacco products in most places to which the general public has access.
§ 1422. Smoking policy
Each employer who operates a workplace shall establish, or shall negotiate through the collective bargaining process, a written smoking policy. The policy shall prohibit smoking throughout the workplace or restrict smoking to designated enclosed smoking areas. For purposes of determining smoking policy for schools with school boards, the employer shall be the school board. (Added 1987, No. 69, § 2, eff. July 1, 1988; amended 1987, No. 162 (Adj. Sess.), § 3.)