The University of Michigan’s smoking ban has cost the school more than $240K. Stephanie Wang has the story at The College Fix:
The University of Michigan has spent nearly a quarter of $1 million to implement the July 1 campus-wide smoking ban.
The budget request for the cigarette ban by the university was $240,805. Most of that amount has been spent with a few exceptions; approximately $15,000 will be spent in two years on “clean-up and butt removal,” and $7,000 will be spent on removing temporary signage in two to three years.