Where is smoking allowed?
The only locations where smoking is allowed are?
-Private residences, except when used as a childcare, adult care, healthcare facility or any other business open to the public.
-Semi-private rooms in nursing homes or long-term care facilities in which residents of the room are smokers and have requested smoking rooms in writing; provided taht the smoke does not infiltrate other areas of the facility.
-Hotel and motel rooms designated as smoking rooms, provided taht rooms on the same floor are contiguous and no more than 25% of rooms are smoking rooms. These rooms must be permanently designated as such and cannot be changed except to permanently add addtional smoking rooms.
-Retail tobacco stores which derive more than 80% of revenue from tobacco sales.

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1. What is the Smoke-Free Illinois Act?
2. What is the purpose of the Smoke-Free Illinois Act?
3. Where is smoking allowed?
4. If an organization was exempt under a local ordinance, is it still exempt?
5. Can other non-smoking areas be established?
6. What else is required for compliance with the law?
7. How is the act enforced?
8. Where can patrons register complaints?