Smokers go outside as tobacco ban comes in
Love it or hate it, Monday, July 5, marks the end of most indoor smoking in Wisconsin.
Some call it the "smoking ban," the "clean air act," or the "smoke-free law."
Legislators called it "prohibition against smoking" when they added a new section to the law regulating industry, buildings and safety.
Practically the only places smoking will be allowed is in private homes and certain assisted-living facility rooms used as someone's home.