North Dakota’s smoke-free law, effective 12-6-12, advances public health by protecting more workers, residents and visitors from secondhand smoke exposure in public places and places of employment.
The law protects people from exposure to secondhand smoke:
* Enclosed area means all space between a floor and ceiling that has thirty-three percent or more of the surface area of its perimeter bounded by opened or closed walls, windows or doorways. A wall includes any physical barrier regardless of whether it is open or closed.
More information can be found at BreatheND.com.