Delaware’s Clean Indoor Air Act

Initially passed in 2002, Delaware’s Clean Indoor Air Act works to protect nonsmokers from involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke in most enclosed spaces to which the public is invited. The smoke-free policies addressed in this act apply to the entire state of Delaware. To encourage, develop, and implement smoke-free policies, it is important to understand the smoke-free policies that currently apply to the community. The video below summarizes and explains key details of Delaware’s Clean Indoor Air Act.

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