LOS ANGELES, Oct. 31 (UPI) -- Smoking will be banned on a major California university in the spring, officials say, as all campuses in the system move toward being smoke-free.
University's Chancellor Gene D. Block made the announcement Tuesday in a letter, the Los Angeles Times reported.
All tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes, will be banned on the campus of UCLA as of April 22, he said.
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