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The State of Arizona

The State of Arizona is one of the 'four corners states'. The state borders share with the states of New Mexico,
Utah, Nevada, California and the 626 kms international border with Mexico. In the state, Grand Canyon, many
other national forests, parks, monuments and Indian reservations are within the boundary. The capital and the
largest city is Phoenix. The second largest city in Arizona is Tucson.

Arizona is noted for its desert climate, exceptionally hot summers, and mild winters. The northern area of
the state, with pine forests and mountain ranges, is cooler than the lower deserts. Arizona is known as the
fastest growing state in the United States in the survey of 2006. Source: Wikipedia

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Due to its large area and variations in elevation the state has a wide variety of localized climate conditions.
In the lower elevations, the climate is primarily desert, with mild winters and hot summers. From late fall to
early spring, the average lowest temperatures are 16° C. November through February is the coldest months
with temperatures ranging from 4° C to 24° C, although occasional frosts are not uncommon. About
midway through February, the temperatures start to rise again with warm days, and cool breezy nights.
The summer months of June through September bring a dry heat ranging from 32°C to 49°C. Source: Wikipedia

Grand Canyon National Park and the vehicle permit to the park. Both were photographed in September 1962, by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto.

(L) This picture shows a dry land and canyon. The highway in the right connects with the Grand Canyon National park,
which was photographed in September
1962, by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto.
(R) Yama post office, located in the southwestern Arizona, near the Mexican border.

(L) Meteor Crater in the northern Arizona desert (R) A suburban residence in the Phoenix metropolitan area

Statewide smoking ban in Arizona

A smoking ban was enforced in public places from May 2007. It prohibits smoking in all bars, restaurants, and
  • These include restaurants, bars,  grocery stores, or any establishment that serves food.
  • Office buildings and work areas such as meeting rooms, employee lounges,
  • classrooms, and private offices
  • Health care facilities, hospitals, health care clinics, and doctors' offices
  • Company-owned or employer-owned vehicles during working hours
  • if the vehicle is occupied by more than one person.
  • Enclosed common areas in hotels and motels
  • Lobbies, elevators, restrooms, reception areas, halls, stairways
  • any other enclosed common-use areas in public and private buildings
  • including condominiums and other multiple-unit residential facilities.

Arizona Department of health reported the responses of residents in Arizona, one year after the smoking
ordinance became effective in May 2007. The announcement is as follows: We are proud to state that one
year after the Smoke-Free Arizona Act went into effect, a high level of compliance has been achieved. 
Most employers responded well in creating the workplaces free from the tobacco-smoke, while the number
of complaints declined significantly, this resulting in cleaner air for Arizona's residents.

Total Smoking Ban in USA

smorking ban New Jersey  Smoking Ban in New Jersey 
smorking ban Illinois USA Smoke-free Illinois Act 
smorking ban California USA Smoking Ban in California 1998
smorking ban Beverly Hills California Beverly Hills banned in all outdoor dining areas 
smorking ban condominium Smoking Ban in a condominium of California
smorking ban Washington state Smoking Ban in the State of Washington
smorking ban Oregon USA Smoking Ban in Oregon  
smorking ban Montana USA Montana passed statewide smoking Ban
smorking ban Colorado USA Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act
smorking ban Arizona USA Smoking Ban in Arizona 
smorking ban Maine USA Smoking Ban in the State of Maine
smorking ban Vermont USA Smoking Ban in Vermont 
smorking ban Massachusetts Smoking Ban in the Massachusetts state.
smorking ban New York Smoking Ban in New York 
smorking ban Maryland USA Smoking Ban in Maryland 
smorking ban Washington DC Smoking Ban in Washington,D.C.
smorking ban Minnesota USA Smoking Ban in Minnesota 
smorking ban Delaware USA Smoking Ban in Delaware 
smorking ban Ohio USA Smoking Ban in Ohio 
smorking ban Iowa USA Smoking Ban in Iowa 
smorking ban Utah USA Smoking Ban in Utah 
smorking ban Rhode Island Smoking Ban in Rhode Island 
smorking ban Nevada USA Smoking Ban in Nevada 
smorking ban Virginia USA Smoking Ban in Virginia
smorking ban Michigan USA Smoking Ban in Michigan 
smorking ban Wisconsin USA Smoking Ban in Wisconsin

english index tobacco control 日本語

2008年9月執筆 2009年11月英文加筆
「禁煙席ネット」主宰 日本タバコフリー学会顧問 医学博士 宮本順伯
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The article was written in September 2008, ,by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.


Special Note: 日本語表示
 Russia unduly occupies our Northern Territories of Japan.
 Smoke-free hotels in Japan
  Domestic travel in Japan
 Smoke-free should be the minimum standard for the host city in the Olympic.
 WHO: Smoking should be banned in all public spaces.
 World population: seven billion v.s. Declining birth rate in Japan
 Nobody in the earth can destroy the natural beauty of the land.
 Stop merging war criminals and war victims at Yasukuni Shrine.
 Tax saving's rental housing is mushrooming.

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