Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 35. Public Accommodations and Facilities
Section 300. Places Where Smoking is Regulated.
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AS 18.35.300. Places Where Smoking is Regulated.

Smoking in any form is a nuisance and a public health hazard and is prohibited in the following vehicles and indoor places, except as allowed under AS 18.35.310 :

(1) a vehicle of public transportation and a waiting, baggage, or boarding area for a vehicle of public transportation, including a bus, ferry vessel, train, limousine for hire, taxicab, or scheduled interstate or intrastate aircraft flight when consistent with federal law;

(2) a place of employment, a building or other structure, or a portion of them, owned, leased, or operated by the state or a political subdivision of the state, including an office, library, museum, theater, concert hall, convention hall, gymnasium, swimming pool, or other place of entertainment or recreation;

(3) a public or private postsecondary educational institution or adult day care facility;

(4) a courtroom or jury deliberation room;

(5) a room, chamber, or other place under the control of the state senate or state house of representatives while a public meeting or public assembly is not in progress;

(6) a nursing home, rest home, or other residential health care institution or facility, or a public or private office or facility that is engaged primarily in providing mental health services;

(7) a food service establishment that has a seating capacity of at least 50 persons;

(8) a grocery store or other store maintained primarily for the retail sale of food products;

(9) a place of employment in which the owner, manager, proprietor, or other person who has control of the premises posts a sign stating that smoking is prohibited by law;

(10) a correctional facility; and

(11) the Alaska Pioneers' Home or the Alaska Veterans' Home.

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