Montana State president wants more input on tobacco ban following student vote

BOZEMAN, Mont. — Montana State University President Waded Cruzado says she wants to give school employees a chance to voice their opinions before deciding on whether to make the Bozeman campus tobacco free.

Cruzado’s decision follows a vote by students on Wednesday who 61 to 39 percent recommended making MSU tobacco-free within two years.

Cruzado tells the Bozeman Daily Chronicle that she has asked students to present more information about the vote to the Faculty Senate, Staff Senate and Professional Council.

Cruzado says she wants to make sure other constituencies at the university are involved in the conversation.

Cruzado has invited students to speak at an April 6 meeting of a group or representatives from the entire campus called the University Council.


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