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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 35. Public Accommodations and Facilities
- Section 305. Places Where Smoking is Prohibited.
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AS 18.35.305. Places Where Smoking is Prohibited.
Smoking in any form is prohibited in the following indoor places:
- (1) a public or private elementary or secondary school, preschool, or children's day care facility; if the school,
preschool, or day care facility is in a building that is also a private residence, this paragraph applies only during
the hours when the residence is being used as an elementary or secondary school, preschool, or children's day care
facility and to the rooms used as an elementary or secondary school, preschool, or children's day care facility; if the
school, preschool, or day care facility is in a building that includes more than one private residence or units that
are not private residences, this paragraph applies only to the private residence in which the elementary or secondary
school, preschool, or children's day care facility is located; the prohibition in this paragraph does not apply to a
designated smoking area that is properly ventilated or equipped with an exhaust fan in a public or private elementary
or secondary school if the area is located in a room where minors are not permitted and a smoking area must be
designated in the school to comply with a collective bargaining agreement covering employees who work in the school;
- (2) a room, chamber, or other place under the control of the state or a political subdivision of the state while a public
meeting or public assembly is in progress;
- (3) an office where dental care, health care, or the healing arts are practiced, a public or private laboratory associated
with dental care, health care, or the healing arts if the laboratory is located within the same premises as an office
where dental care, health care, or the healing arts are practiced, and a public or private hospital, or other
nonresidential health care institution or facility; this paragraph does not apply to a public or private office or
facility that is engaged primarily in providing mental health services;
- (4) an elevator.
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