Forum staff reports, Published April 23 2013
Smoke-free signs required in NDFARGO – North Dakota’s new smoke-free law requires that all enclosed public places and places of employment must post smoke-free signs.
The fine for not complying with the law by an owner, manager or person of general supervisory responsibility of an establishment is not to exceed $100 for the first violation, $200 for a second violation within one year and $500 for each additional violation within one year of the preceding violation.
To assist with the transition, Fargo Cass Public Health has educational resources and complementary signage available.
In addition, downloadable signage templates and educational resources are available at www.breathend.com.