The Maryland Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA) of 2007 prohibits
smoking in virtually all indoor workplaces in order to “preserve and
improve the health, comfort, and environment of the people of Maryland
by limiting exposure to environmental tobacco smoke.”
The law provides for fair and consistent statewide protection from exposure to secondhand smoke in indoor settings.
People in Maryland will now have clean, smoke-free air while working, dining, shopping, or relaxing throughout the state.