About 1000 universities in the U.S. follow the recent trend of having a tobacco-free campus. This means that no one is allowed to use any form of tobacco anywhere on university property, indoors or outdoors, no matter how remote the location. Is such a policy ethical?
This issue was raised by a recent proposal to ban tobacco use on the Carnegie Mellon University campus.
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