Topic is not addressed in state statutes or regulations, but is addressed in non-codified policy.
Arizona Revised Statutes 15-342 Discretionary powers
- Unless otherwise prohibited by law, sell advertising as follows:
- (a) Advertisements shall be age appropriate and not contain promotion of any substance that is illegal for minors such as alcohol, tobacco and drugs or gambling. Advertisements shall comply with the state sex education policy of abstinence.
Arizona Revised Statutes 36-798. Definitions
In this article, unless the context otherwise requires:
- “Bar” means that portion of any premises licensed under section 4-209, subsection B, paragraph 6, 7, 11, 12 or 14 that is primarily used for the selling, consumption or serving of alcoholic beverages and that is not primarily used for the consumption of food on the premises.
- “Beedies” or “bidis” means a product containing tobacco that is wrapped in temburni leaf (diospyros melanoxylon) or tendu leaf (diospyros exculpra), or any other product that is offered to, or purchased by, consumers as beedies or bidis.
- “Cigar” means a roll of tobacco or any lawful substitute for tobacco that is wrapped in tobacco.
- “Cigarette” means a roll of tobacco or any lawful substitute for tobacco that is wrapped in paper or in any substance other than tobacco.
- “Minor” means a person who is under eighteen years of age.
- “Retail tobacco vendor” means a person who possesses tobacco or tobacco products for the purpose of selling them for consumption and not for resale.
- “Smokeless tobacco” includes shredded tobacco, snuff, cavendish and plug, twist and other tobacco products that are intended for oral use but not for smoking.
- “Smoking tobacco” includes any tobacco or tobacco product, other than cigarettes and cigars, that is intended to be smoked.
- “Tobacco products” includes cigarettes, cigarette papers, cigars, smokeless tobacco and smoking tobacco.
- “Vending machine” means any mechanical, electrical or electronic device that, on insertion of money, tokens or any other form of payment, automatically dispenses tobacco products.
Arizona Revised Statutes 36-798.03. Tobacco products prohibition at schools and school-related areas; exception; violation; classification
A. Tobacco products are prohibited on school grounds, inside school buildings, in school parking lots or playing fields, in school buses or vehicles or at off-campus school sponsored events. For purposes of this subsection, “school” means any public, charter or private school where children attend classes in kindergarten programs or grades one through twelve. B. Subsection A of this section does not apply to an adult who employs tobacco products as a necessary component of a school sanctioned tobacco prevention or cessation program established pursuant to section 15-712. C. A person who violates this section is guilty of a petty offense.