SLATI State Information: Iowa

Iowa

Smoking Restrictions
Tobacco Taxes
Tobacco Control Program Funding
Laws Restricting Youth Access to Tobacco Products
Tobacco Product Samples/Minimum Sales Amounts for Tobacco Products
Sales of Tobacco Products from Vending Machines
Licensing Requirements for Tobacco Products
Smoking Protection Laws
Advertising & Promotion
Product Disclosure
Divestment
Liability
Use of Tobacco Settlement Dollars
Fire Safety Standards for Cigarettes
Preemption
Activity


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Smoking Restrictions

Overall Summary of Smoking Restrictions

Smoking is prohibited in almost all public places and enclosed areas of places of employment, including restaurants and bars. Smoking is also prohibited in the seating areas of outdoor sports arenas, stadiums, amphitheaters and other entertainment venues where members of the general public assemble to witness entertainment events; outdoor seating or serving areas of restaurants; public transit stations, platforms, and shelters under the authority of the state or its political subdivisions; and the grounds of any public buildings owned, leased, or operated by or under the control of the state government or its political subdivisions with a few exceptions. The one major exemption is the gaming floors of casinos.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 (2008).

Exceptions to the Law

Exceptions to the law include: 1) private residences unless used as child care facility, child care home or health care provider location; 2) 25 percent of hotel/motel rooms subject to specified conditions; 3) retail tobacco stores as defined as long as smoke does not infiltrate into smokefree areas; 4) private and semiprivate rooms in long-term care facilities under certain conditions; 5) private clubs with no employees except when being used for a function to which the general public is invited, and as long as smoke does not infiltrate into smokefree areas, and the club is not set up to avoid compliance with the law; 6) outdoor areas of places of employment except where prohibited above; 7) limousines under private hire; 8) vehicles owned, leased, or provided by a private employer that are for the sole use of the driver and are not used by more than one person in the course of employment either as a driver or passenger; 9) privately owned vehicles not otherwise defined as a place of employment or public place; 10) cabs of motor trucks or truck tractors if no nonsmoking employees are present; 11) an enclosed area within a place of employment or public place that provides a smoking cessation program or a medical or scientific research or therapy program, if smoking is an integral part of the program; 12) farm tractors, farm trucks, and implements of husbandry when being used for their intended purposes; 13) gaming floors of casinos, not including bars or restaurants on the gaming floor; and 14) the Iowa veterans home.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 (2008).

Stronger Local Laws on Smoking

No specific provision concerning preemption in state law; local communities are allowed to pass stronger law/ordinances further restricting smoking.

Government Buildings

Smoking is prohibited in public places, which includes public buildings and vehicles owned, leased, or operated by or under the control of the state government or its political subdivisions and including the entirety of the private residence of any state employee any portion of which is open to the public. Smoking is also prohibited on the grounds of any public buildings owned, leased, or operated by or under the control of the state government or its political subdivisions except: 1) the Iowa state fairgrounds, or fairgrounds as defined in section 174.1 of the Iowa Code, 2) institutions administered by the Department of Corrections, except that smoking on the grounds shall be limited to designated smoking areas and 3) facilities of the Iowa national guard as defined in section 29A.1 of the Iowa Code, except that smoking on the grounds shall be limited to designated smoking areas.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 (2008).

Private Workplaces

Smoking is prohibited in all enclosed areas within places of employment including but not limited to work areas, private offices, conference and meeting rooms, classrooms, auditoriums, employee lounges and cafeterias, hallways, medical facilities, restrooms, elevators, stairways and stairwells, and vehicles owned, leased, or provided by the employer. Place of employment does not include a private residence, unless the private residence is used as a child care facility, a child care home, or as a health care provider location. This also does not apply to vehicles owned, leased, or provided by a private employer that are for the sole use of the driver and are not used by more than one person in the course of employment either as a driver or passenger.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 (2008).

Schools

Smoking is prohibited in public places, which includes all public and private educational facilities. Smoking is also prohibited on school grounds, including parking lots, athletic fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, and any other outdoor area under the control of a public or private educational facility, including inside any vehicle located on such school grounds. These provisions apply to public and private colleges and universities.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 (2008).

Child Care Facilities

Smoking is prohibited in public places, which includes child care facilities and child care homes. Private residences that serve as a child care facility or child care home are specifically included.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 & 237A.3B (2008).

Health Care Facilities

Smoking is prohibited in public places, including health care provider locations. Health care provider location is defined as an office or institution providing care or treatment of disease, whether physical, mental, or emotional, or other medical, physiological, or psychological conditions, including but not limited to a hospital as defined; a long-term care facility; an adult day services program as defined; clinics, laboratories, and the locations of professionals regulated pursuant to Title IV, subtitle III, and includes all enclosed areas of the location including waiting rooms, hallways, other common areas, private rooms, semiprivate rooms, and wards within the location. Smoking is allowed in private and semiprivate rooms in long-term care facilities, occupied by one or more individuals, all of whom are smokers and have requested in writing to be placed in a room where smoking is permitted as long as smoke does not infiltrate into smokefree areas.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 (2008).

Restaurants

Smoking is prohibited in public places, which includes restaurants. Restaurant means eating establishments, including private and public school cafeterias, which offer food to the public, guests, or employees, including the kitchen and catering facilities in which food is prepared on the premises for serving elsewhere, and including a bar area within a restaurant. Smoking is also prohibited in the outdoor seating and service areas of restaurants.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 (2008).

Bars

Smoking is prohibited in public places, which includes bars. 'Bar' means an establishment where one may purchase alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises and in which the serving of food is only incidental to the consumption of those beverages.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 (2008).

Penalties/Enforcement

The owner, operator, manager, or other person having custody or control of a public place, place of employment, area declared a nonsmoking place pursuant to section 142D.5, or outdoor area where smoking is prohibited shall clearly and conspicuously post in and at every entrance 'no smoking' signs or the international 'no smoking' symbol. This requirement includes vehicles that are covered. All ashtrays shall be removed as well. This law shall be enforced by the Department of Public Health as specified. An employee or private citizen may bring legal action to enforce this chapter. Owners, operators, managers or other persons in charge that fail to comply shall pay a civil penalty of not more than $100 for the first violation, not more than $200 for a second violation with one year and not more than $500 for any subsequent violation in one year. In addition, violation may result in suspension or revocation of applicable permits/licenses.

IOWA CODE §§ 142D.1 to 142D.9 (2008).

Tobacco Taxes

Tax on Cigarettes

Tax rate per pack of 20: $1.36
Date last changed: March 15, 2007 -- from 36 cents to $1.36
Year first enacted: 1921
IOWA CODE § 453A.6(1) (2007).

Use of Cigarette Tax Revenue - Summary

Most of the revenue from the cigarette tax is deposited in the state General Fund. However, a substantial portion is directed to a Health Care Trust Fund created in the state treasury to be spent on health-related purposes, including tobacco prevention and control programs.

IOWA CODE §§ 453A.35 & 453A.35A (2011).

Use of Cigarette Tax Revenue - Detailed Information

All revenue, except revenue credited to the Health Care Trust Fund below, from the cigarette tax is deposited in the state General Fund. The first $106,016,400 in revenue from the cigarette and other tobacco product taxes is credited to the Health Care Trust Fund created in the office of the state Treasurer. Moneys in the fund shall be separate from the General Fund of the state and shall not be considered part of the General Fund of the state. Moneys in the fund shall be used only for purposes related to health care, substance abuse treatment and prevention, and tobacco use prevention, cessation, and control.

IOWA CODE §§ 453A.35 & 453A.35A (2011).

Taxes on Other Tobacco Products

Little Cigars: $1.36 per 20 cigars;
Snuff: $1.19/oz. and a proportionate rate on fractional parts of an ounce;
All other tobacco products: 50% of the wholesale sales price.
IOWA CODE § 453A.43 (2007).

Use of Other Tobacco Products Tax Revenue - Summary

Revenue from taxes on tobacco products other than cigarettes is distributed the same way as cigarette tax revenue, see above.

IOWA CODE §§ 453A.35 & 453A.35A (2011).

Revenue Collected from Cigarette Taxes

Revenue collected in Fiscal Year 2012 (July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012): $198,758,000

Tobacco Control Program Funding

Source of funding

State funding for Iowa's tobacco prevention and control program comes from the state general fund.

State Funding Details

Iowa allocated $3,653,830 for tobacco prevention and cessation programs in FY2013 (July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013). In FY2012, $3,253,830 was allocated.

FY2013 Appropriations for Health and Human Services (S.F. 2336) enacted 5/25/12 and effective 7/1/12.

Tobacco Control Program Related Laws

Iowa established a comprehensive tobacco use prevention and control initiative that will specifically address reduction of tobacco use by youth and pregnant women and enhancement of the capacity of youth to make healthy choices. The initiative shall allow extensive involvement of youth in attaining these results. The initiative will be administered by a division of Tobacco Use Prevention and Control, which was required to be established in the Iowa Department of Public Health. A Commission on Tobacco Use Prevention and Control was also created in the Department of Public Health consisting of 14 members, among others three appointed by the governor from tobacco-control related organizations, members of youth organizations and state legislators from the House of Representatives and Senate.

IOWA CODE §§ 142A.1 to 142A.10 (2011).

Funding for Tobacco Control Programs

FY2013 State Funding for Tobacco Control Programs: $3,653,830

FY2013 Federal Funding for State Tobacco Control Programs: $1,586,023*

FY2013 Total Funding for State Tobacco Control Programs: $5,239,853

Funding Level Recommended by CDC: $36,700,000

Percentage of CDC-Recommended Level: 14.3%

*Includes regular and supplemental quitline funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state youth access contract funding from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Laws Restricting Youth Access to Tobacco Products

Compliance/Enforcement

The terms of an agreement entered into between the Division of Tobacco Use Prevention and Control of the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Alcoholic Beverages Division of the Department of Commerce, governing compliance checks conducted to ensure licensed retail tobacco outlet conformity with tobacco laws, regulations, and ordinances relating to persons under 18 years of age, shall restrict the number of such checks to one check per retail outlet, and one additional check for any retail outlet found to be in violation during the first check, for fiscal year 2011.

S.B. 2088, sect. 98 enacted 3/10/10 and effective 7/1/10.

Penalties for Sales to Minors

A person shall not sell, give or otherwise supply tobacco products to any person less than 18 years of age. This also applies to sales of cigarettes or tobacco products through a vending machine. For a person, other than a retailer, violation is a simple misdemeanor. For violations of youth access laws by an employee of a retailer, the scheduled fine is as follows: $100 for a first offense, $250 for a second offense and $500 for a third offense. If a retailer or employee of a retailer commits a violation, the Department of Revenue and Finance, a local authority, or the Alcoholic Beverages Division of the Department of Commerce shall also assess a civil penalty of $300 for a first violation. Failure to pay the fine shall result in automatic suspension of the permit for a period of 14 days. For a second violation within a period of two years, the retailer shall be assessed a $1,500 fine or the retailer's permit shall be suspended for a period of 30 days based on the retailer's preference. For a third violation within three years, the retailer shall be assessed a fine of $1,500 and have their permit suspended for 30 days. For a fourth violation within three years, the retailer will be assessed a fine of $1,500 and have their permit suspended for 60 days. For a fifth violation in four years, the retailer's permit shall be revoked. If an employee of a retailer commits a violation, the retailer shall not be charged with a violation if the employee took the state tobacco compliance employee training program or an in-house training program substantially similar to it. This defense may only be asserted once every four years for violations occurring at the same business location.

IOWA CODE §§ 453A.2 (2011), 453A.22 (2011) & 805.8C(3)(b) (2001).

Sign Posting Requirements

No state law/regulation.

Purchase/Possession of Tobacco Products by Minors

A minor shall not smoke, use, possess, purchase or attempt to purchase any tobacco products. This does not apply if a minor employee possesses the tobacco products as part of their employment responsibilities, and are employed by a person who holds a valid retail tobacco product permit. The penalty for a first offense is $50, for the second offense $100 and $250 for the third or subsequent offenses. In addition, a person who violates this section is subject to the following: For a first offense, performance of eight hours of community work requirements, unless waived by the court; for a second offense, performance of 12 hours of community work requirements; for a third or subsequent offense, performance of 16 hours of community work requirements. A person shall not be guilty of a violation if conduct that would otherwise constitute a violation is performed, under the supervision of law enforcement, to assess compliance with cigarette and tobacco products laws.
IOWA CODE §§ 453A.2 (2003), 453A.3 (2004), 453A.56 (1991) & 805.8C (4) (2010).

A person who is under the age of 18, who alters or displays or has in the person's possession a fictitious or fraudulently altered driver's license or nonoperator's identification card and who uses the license or card to purchase or attempt to purchase tobacco products commits a simple misdemeanor punishable by a fine of $100.
IOWA CODE §§ 321.216C (2010) & 805.8A (4) (2010).
If a retailer or employee of a retailer has reasonable belief that a driver's license or other identification offered by a person seeking to buy a tobacco product is altered or falsified, they may retain the license or identification. It must be forwarded within 24 hours to the appropriate law enforcement agency of the holder's jurisdiction for further investigation.

IOWA CODE § 453A.4 (2000).

Placement of Tobacco Products

Retailers are prohibited from selling cigarettes or tobacco products, in a quantity of less than a carton, through the use of a self-service display. Violation is grounds for revocation of the retailer's permit.

IOWA CODE § 453A.36A (1998).

Internet Sales of Tobacco Products

No state law/regulation.

Other Youth Access Laws and Provisions

The Alcoholic Beverages Division of the Iowa Department of Commerce shall develop a tobacco compliance employee training program not to exceed two hours in length for employees and prospective employees of tobacco retailers to inform the employees about state and federal laws and regulations regarding the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products to persons less than 18 years of age. The training program shall be free of cost.

IOWA CODE § 453A.5 (2003).

State Preemption of Local Youth Access Laws

Stronger local laws/ordinances further restricting youth access to tobacco products are not allowed, see below.

Enforcement of this chapter shall be implemented in an equitable manner throughout the state. For the purpose of equitable and uniform implementation, application, and enforcement of state and local laws and regulations, the provisions of this chapter shall supersede any local law or regulation which is inconsistent with or conflicts with the provisions of this chapter.

IOWA CODE § 453A.56 (1991).

Photo Identification Requirements to Buy Tobacco Products

No state law/regulation.

Minimum Age to Sell Tobacco Products to Minors

18

Tobacco Product Samples/Minimum Sales Amounts for Tobacco Products

Tobacco Product Samples

A person shall not give away any cigarettes or tobacco products to any person under 18 years of age or at all within 500 feet of any playground, school, high school, or other facility when such facility is being used primarily by persons under 18 for recreational, educational, or other purposes. Proof of age shall be required if a reasonable person could conclude on the basis of outward appearance that a prospective recipient of a sample may be under 18 years of age. Cigarette samples must have a cigarette tax stamp affixed to them.

IOWA CODE § 453A.39 (2004).

Minimum Tobacco Products Sales Amounts

Cigarettes shall be sold or dispensed only in packages or quantities of only 20 or more cigarettes. No penalty is specified for violation.

IOWA CODE § 453A.6(7) (2012).

State Preemption of Local Samples Laws

Stronger local laws/ordinances further restricting sampling or minimum sales amounts of tobacco products are not allowed, see below.

Enforcement of this chapter shall be implemented in an equitable manner throughout the state. For the purpose of equitable and uniform implementation, application, and enforcement of state and local laws and regulations, the provisions of this chapter shall supersede any local law or regulation which is inconsistent with or conflicts with the provisions of this chapter.

IOWA CODE § 453A.56 (1991).

Sales of Tobacco Products from Vending Machines

Vending Machine Placement

Vending machines are restricted to places where the retailer ensures that no person younger than 18 years of age is present or permitted to enter at any time.

IOWA CODE § 453A.36 (2000).

Penalties for Vending Machine Violations

Violation of the restrictions on the placement of tobacco product vending machines by a retailer is subject to the civil penalties listed under the 'Penalties for Sales to Minors' section.

IOWA CODE § 453A.22 (2011).

Sign Posting Requirements for Vending Machines

No state law/regulation.

State Preemption of Local Vending Machine Laws

Stronger local laws/ordinances further restricting placement of or required sign posting on tobacco product vending machines are not allowed, see below.

Enforcement of this chapter shall be implemented in an equitable manner throughout the state. For the purpose of equitable and uniform implementation, application, and enforcement of state and local laws and regulations, the provisions of this chapter shall supersede any local law or regulation which is inconsistent with or conflicts with the provisions of this chapter.

IOWA CODE § 453A.56 (1991).

Licensing Requirements for Tobacco Products

Overall Summary of Licensing Requirements

Wholesalers, distributors, and cigarette vendors must obtain a state permit to sell cigarettes from the Department of Revenue. Cities may issue retail permits to dealers within their respective limits. County boards of supervisors may issue retail permits to dealers in their respective counties, outside of the corporate limits of cities. All permits expire on June 30 of each year. Selling or distributing cigarettes without a valid permit is subject to a civil penalty of $200 for a first violation, $500 for a second violation and $1,000 for a third and subsequent violations.
IOWA CODE §§ 453A.13 (2011) & 453A.31 (2004).

Distributors of other tobacco products must obtain a state license from the Director of the Department of Revenue. Retailers of other tobacco products must obtain a permit from the respective city or county where they are located, except a retailer who already has a retailer cigarette permit under Iowa Code section 453A.13 need not obtain a separate retailer permit under this section. A separate license is required for each place of business, and licenses expire on June 30th following the date of issue unless sooner revoked.

IOWA CODE §§ 453A.44 (1994) & 453A.47A (2011).

License Fees

Retailer cigarette permit: $50 to $100 annually, depending on local population size;
Wholesaler, distributor, or cigarette vendor permit: $100 annually;
Tobacco products distributor license: $100 annually unless the person already has a permit of any kind to deal in cigarettes.

IOWA CODE §§ 453A.13 (2000) & 453A.44 (1994).

License Suspension for Sales to Minors

If a retailer or employee of a retailer commits a violation of the sales to minors' law, including vending machine violations, the Department of Revenue and Finance, a local authority, or the Department of Public Health shall assess a civil penalty for a first violation. Failure to pay the fine shall result in automatic suspension of the permit for a period of 14 days. For a second violation within a period of two years, the retailer shall be assessed a fine or have his permit suspended for a period of 30 days, whichever the retailer prefers. For a third violation within three years, the retailer shall have his permit suspended for 30 days. For a fourth violation within three years, the retailer shall have his permit suspended for 60 days. For a fifth violation in four years, the retailer shall have his permit revoked.

IOWA CODE § 453A.22 (2011).

License Required for Retailers of Cigarettes

Yes - may be issued by county or city.

License Required for Retailers of Other Tobacco Products

Yes - issued by county or city

License Required for Wholesalers/Distributors of Cigarettes

Yes

License Required for Wholesalers/Distributors of Other Tobacco Products

Yes

Smoking Protection Laws

Smoking Protection Law

No state law/regulation.

Advertising & Promotion

Advertising & Promotion

No state law/regulation.

Product Disclosure

Product Disclosure

No state law/regulation.

Divestment

Divestment

No state law/regulation.

Liability

Tobacco Industry Liability

If a judgment or order appealed from is for money, the supersedeas bond required shall not exceed 110 percent of the amount of the money judgment except the court may set a higher bond amount based on specific findings. However, in no case shall a bond exceed $100 million, regardless of the value of the money judgment. This limitation shall not apply in cases where the court finds that the defendant intentionally dissipated the defendant's assets outside the ordinary course of business for the purpose of evading payment of the judgment.

IOWA CODE § 625A.9 (2) (2004).

Use of Tobacco Settlement Dollars

Use of Tobacco Settlement Dollars - Summary

All of Iowa's annual Master Settlement Agreement payments go into a Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund maintained by the state-created Tobacco Settlement Authority. Most of Iowa's annual payments have been securitized, and therefore most of the money is used to pay off bonds. Dollars from any part of the annual settlement payment not sold to the Tobacco Settlement Authority are put in a specific account and then transferred to the state general fund.

IOWA CODE § 12E.12 (2008).

Use of Tobacco Settlement Dollars - Detailed Information

A Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund was established, separate and apart from all other public moneys of the state, under control of the Tobacco Settlement Authority. The fund shall consist of Master Settlement Agreement moneys paid to the authority and not pledged to the payment of bonds or otherwise obligated. The fund consists of three accounts: 1) the Tax-Exempt Bonds Proceeds Restricted Capital Funds Account where most of the net proceeds from tax exempt bonds issued due to the original securitization of MSA payments were deposited; 2) the FY 2009 Tax-Exempt Bond Proceeds Restricted Capital Funds Account where the net proceeds from tax-exempt bonds issued after July 1, 2008 as a result of the securitization of any remaining tobacco settlement payments were deposited; and 3) the Endowment for Iowa's Health Account where the net proceeds of any taxable or tax-exempt bonds issued to provide funds for the purposes specified in section 12E.3A Iowa Code, any portion of the state's MSA payments not sold to the Tobacco Settlement Authority and any additional money appropriated by the state were deposited. For FY2010 and each fiscal year thereafter, the moneys deposited in the Endowment for Iowa's Health Account are transferred to the state general fund, and shall be used as specified in section 12E.3A Iowa Code, including for the tobacco use prevention and control initiative.

IOWA CODE § 12E.12 (2008).

Securitization

The Tobacco Settlement Authority was created as a public instrumentality and agency of the state to sell, pledge, or assign, as security or consideration, all or a portion of the state's share of the Master Settlement Agreement. The authority shall issue tax-exempt bonds as necessary in amounts determined by the authority for deposit in the Tax-Exempt Bond Proceeds Restricted Capital Funds Account of the Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund, to be used for capital projects, certain debt service on outstanding obligations which funded capital projects, and attorney fees related to the Master Settlement Agreement. The authority may also issue taxable bonds or tax-exempt bonds to provide additional funding for the Healthy Iowans Tobacco Trust. In addition, the authority may issue tax-exempt bonds if the securitization of any remaining tobacco settlement payments will result in the deposit of not less than $183 million for tax-exempt bonds issued after July 1, 2008.

IOWA CODE §§ 12E.1 to 12E.18 (2008).

Fire Safety Standards for Cigarettes

Law Setting Fire Safety Standard for Cigarettes

To help prevent cigarette-caused fires, beginning January 1, 2009, cigarettes shall not be sold or offered for sale to any person in Iowa unless: 1) the cigarettes have been tested in accordance with the test method and meet the performance standard specified in section 101B.4; 2) a written certification has been filed by the manufacturer with the department and in accordance with section 101B.5 Iowa Code; and 3) the cigarettes have been marked in accordance with section 101B.7 Iowa Code.

IOWA CODE §§ 101B.1 to 101B.10 (2009).

Penalties for Fire Safety Violations

A manufacturer, wholesaler, agent, or other person who knowingly sells cigarettes at wholesale in violation of the above is subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $5,000 for a first offense and not to exceed $10,000 for subsequent offenses for each sale of cigarettes, provided that the total penalty assessed shall not exceed $50,000 in any 30-day period. A retailer that knowingly sells or offers to sell cigarettes in violation of the above is subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $500 for a first offense and $2,000 for subsequent offenses for each sale or offer for sale of less than 1,000 cigarettes and a civil penalty not to exceed $1,000 for a first offense and $5,000 for subsequent offenses for each sale or offer for sale of more than 1,000 cigarettes. The penalty against a retailer cannot exceed $25,000 in a 30-day period. Knowingly making a false certification is subject to a civil penalty of at least $25,000 for a first offense and not to exceed $100,000 for a second or subsequent offense.

IOWA CODE §§ 101B.1 to 101B.10 (2009).

Preemption

Summary of all Preemptive Tobacco Control Laws

Any stronger local law or regulation which is inconsistent with or conflicts with most state laws restricting youth access to tobacco products is prohibited.

Activity

Recent Legislative Activity

Tobacco Control Program Funding: Allocated $3,653,830 for tobacco prevention and cessation programs in FY2013.
FY2013 Appropriations for Health and Human Services (S.F. 2336) enacted 5/25/12 and effective 7/1/12.

Cigarette Rolling Machines: Makes certain requirements of persons who allow use of cigarette rolling machines to customers for commercial purposes.
S.F. 2328 enacted 5/2/12 and effective 7/1/12.