DULUTH - Starting tomorrow, students, faculty, staff and visitors will not be able to use e-cigarettes or commercial tobacco products on UMD's campus.
That includes products like chewing tobacco and cigars.
The university had set a temporary ban on e-cigarettes back in October and will now make it permanent.
University officials said details are still being worked out on how to enforce the ban.
However, they are considering verbal warnings, educational course options, and community service for repeat offenders.
The university already has a ban on regular cigarettes which was implemented in 2007.
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