Put out your cigarettes, smoking tenants of Santa Monica.

Tuesday night, the city council passed an ordinance that curtails smoking in apartments, reports KTLA. The new law mandates that all new apartments and condos be smoke-free, and that existing tenants designate their abodes as smoking residences.

However, pre-existing Santa Monica smokers may soon see their habits go up in, well, smoke...

The city council also asked city staff to recommend a date on which all existing apartments and condos in the city would be declared smoke-free, reports the LA Times.

However, Adam Radinsky, head of the consumer protection unit of the Santa Monica city attorney's office, noted that the vote is preliminary, and that direct enforcement probably will not be implemented, according to the Santa Monica Daily Press.

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Check out smoking rates by state, from lowest to highest (from Gallup-Healthways data):
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  • Utah

    In 2011, 10.4 percent of people in Utah said they smoked.

  • California

    In 2011, 15.7 percent of people in California said they smoked.

  • New Hampshire

    In 2011, 16 percent of people in New Hampshire said they smoked.

  • Idaho

    In 2011, 17.4 percent of people in Idaho said they smoked.

  • Massachusetts

    In 2011, 17.5 percent of people in Massachusetts said they smoked.

  • New Jersey

    In 2011, 17.5 percent of people in New Jersey said they smoked.

  • Minnesota

    In 2011, 17.6 percent of people in Minnesota said they smoked.

  • Hawaii

    In 2011, 17.8 percent of people in Hawaii said they smoked.

  • Oregon

    In 2011, 17.9 percent of people in Oregon said they smoked.

  • North Dakota

    In 2011, 18.1 percent of people in North Dakota said they smoked.

  • Washington

    In 2011, 18.1 percent of people in Washington said they smoked.

  • Rhode Island

    In 2011, 18.6 percent of people in Rhode Island said they smoked.

  • Connecticut

    In 2011, 18.7 percent of people in Connecticut said they smoked.

  • Montana

    In 2011, 18.7 percent of people in Montana said they smoked.

  • Kansas

    In 2011, 18.8 percent of people in Kansas said they smoked.

  • Washington, D.C.

    In 2011, 18.9 percent of people in Washington, D.C., said they smoked.

  • New York

    In 2011, 19.1 percent of people in New York said they smoked.

  • Colorado

    In 2011, 19.4 percent of people in Colorado said they smoked.

  • Maryland

    In 2011, 19.5 percent of people in Maryland said they smoked.

  • Vermont

    In 2011, 19.8 percent of people in Vermont said they smoked.

  • Virginia

    In 2011, 19.8 percent of people in Virginia said they smoked.

  • Wisconsin

    In 2011, 19.8 percent of people in Wisconsin said they smoked.

  • Arizona

    In 2011, 19.9 percent of people in Arizona said they smoked.

  • Maine

    In 2011, 20.4 percent of people in Maine said they smoked.

  • New Mexico

    In 2011, 20.5 percent of people in New Mexico said they smoked.

  • Texas

    In 2011, 20.6 percent of people in Texas said they smoked.

  • Florida

    In 2011, 21 percent of people in Florida said they smoked.

  • Nebraska

    In 2011, 21.1 percent of people in Nebraska said they smoked.

  • Wyoming

    In 2011, 21.2 percent of people in Wyoming said they smoked.

  • Illinois

    In 2011, 21.6 percent of people in Illinois said they smoked.

  • Georgia

    In 2011, 21.9 percent of people in Georgia said they smoked.

  • Pennsylvania

    In 2011, 22 percent of people in Pennsylvania said they smoked.

  • Iowa

    In 2011, 22.5 percent of people in Iowa said they smoked.

  • Delaware

    In 2011, 22.6 percent of people in Delaware said they smoked.

  • North Carolina

    In 2011, 22.6 percent of people in North Carolina said they smoked.

  • South Dakota

    In 2011, 22.6 percent of people in South Dakota said they smoked.

  • Nevada

    In 2011, 23.3 percent of people in Nevada said they smoked.

  • Michigan

    In 2011, 24.3 percent of people in Michigan said they smoked.

  • Indiana

    In 2011, 24.4 percent of people in Indiana said they smoked.

  • South Carolina

    In 2011, 24.5 percent of people in South Carolina said they smoked.

  • Alabama

    In 2011, 25.2 percent of people in Alabama said they smoked.

  • Alaska

    In 2011, 25.3 percent of people in Alaska said they smoked.

  • Louisiana

    In 2011, 25.3 percent of people in Louisiana said they smoked.

  • Mississippi

    In 2011, 25.4 percent of people in Mississippi said they smoked.

  • Ohio

    In 2011, 25.8 percent of people in Ohio said they smoked.

  • Arkansas

    In 2011, 25.9 percent of people in Arkansas said they smoked.

  • Tennessee

    In 2011, 25.9 percent of people in Tennessee said they smoked.

  • Missouri

    In 2011, 26.2 percent of people in Missouri said they smoked.

  • Oklahoma

    In 2011, 26.6 percent of people in Oklahoma said they smoked.

  • West Virginia

    In 2011, 26.8 percent of people in West Virginia said they smoked.

  • Kentucky

    In 2011, 27.6 percent of people in Kentucky said they smoked.