STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) - Officials at Oklahoma State say they won't be issuing citations to football fans who violate the campus ban on tobacco.
OSU adopted a campus-wide ban on all tobacco July 1st.
Spokesman Gary Shutt says officials hope fans attending tomorrow's OSU football game will respect the policy.
He says staff and game-day employees will hand out cards to fans they see smoking or using tobacco to remind them of the policy.
The use of tobacco inside the football stadium has been prohibited for several years.
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