University of Miami to Charge Student Smokers
Students who smoke at the University of Miami will soon have to pay a $50-per-semester fee if they get their health insurance through the school's health plan. Some believe it is the school's first step to making the Coral Gables campus smoke-free. The school's medical campus is already a cigarette-free zone.
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