Oklahoma’s Capitol, other state buildings become tobacco free Sunday
The restrictions are among rules, measures that take effect July 1, 2012, in Oklahoma.
Tobacco users in state office buildings operated by the Central Services Department — including the Capitol — will get an early jump on having to get by without smoking or chewing while at work.
An executive order issued by Gov. Mary Fallin in February doesn’t take effect until next month, but effective Sunday the 18 buildings in the Capitol complex and state office buildings in Tulsa...
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