Michigan State University is on its way to becoming tobacco free. 

The ban, which goes into effect on August 15th, includes tobacco products, cigarettes, chewable tobacco, vaporizers, E-cigarettes and hookahs. The ban is for inside all campus buildings (who the heck smokes inside anymore?), on lawns and sidewalks, and in personal vehicles.

Offenders could be given anything from a written warning to a suspension. MSU spokesman Jason Cody says that, once it goes into effect, it won't be like "flipping a light switch." He says it's "part of a process of becoming a healthier place."

I'm a former smoker who agrees with a public ban on smoking. But, in your car? Not sure how I feel about that.