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Across the state communities are passing policies that protect people from secondhand smoke and protect public places from cigarette and smokeless tobacco litter and damage.
Depending on the specific setting and jurisdiction, policies may be adopted by a city council or county commission, parks or fair board, or specific event organizers. This type of policy change may also be pursued as part of a local comprehensive smokefree workplaces and public places ordinance that exceeds the minimum requirements set by the Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act.
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