Indiana University is working to add teeth to its nearly year-old smoking ban, because too many students are flouting the rules that forbid lighting up in all public places, which includes the outdoors. In a story about the effort, a univeristy official has a weak moment and blurts out the truth:
Dan Rives, associate vice president for administration with IU human resources, said the ban is about changing behavior, which can't happen overnight.
Non-smokers don't like smoking, and the goal is to end all smoking in all places at all times. Let's at least be honest abo