State law addresses tobacco use.
Michigan Compiled Laws 380.1170 Physiology and hygiene; instruction; development of comprehensive health education programs; conflict with religious beliefs.
(1) Instruction shall be given in physiology and hygiene, with special reference to substance abuse, including the abusive use of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs, and their effect upon the human system. (2) Comprehensive health education programs shall be developed as prescribed by Act No. 226 of the Public Acts of 1969, being sections 388.381 to 388.385 of the Michigan Compiled Laws.
Michigan Merit Curriculum Credit Guidelines: Health Education
Tobacco use is taught as part of health education.