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After completing a study on the dangers of first- and secondhand smoke, the Erie County Legislature is pushing to ban it in certain public places. “It falls in the realm of protecting people who cannot protect themselves,” said 11th district Erie Count
Should the city ban smoking from bars, parks and golf courses? The City Council has mixed feelings but wants to know what Twin Falls residents think. The Council on Monday heard a presentation from Luke Cavener with Smoke Free Idaho, a coalition of organ
The Ministry of Health and Welfare said Wednesday that the latest amendment to the National Health Promotion Act banning smoking within 10 meters of kindergartens and day care centers will go into effect Dec. 31.
A ‘selfish’ smoker says patients and visitors should be forced to ‘walk through cloud of smoke’ to get in and out of a hospital. Dave Atherton, chairman of Freedom2Choose, believes walking through smoke “is not the most inconvenient thing in the world”
adopted a “model policy for tobacco-free parks” last week…Neal reminded the Board of Health that nearly 90 percent of adult smokers began smoking at or before they turned 18. The reason vaping was added to the policy recommendations, Neal said, is becau
A proposal by the Board of Health to ban smoking in downtown Northampton and Florence drew strong support from residents who attended a public forum Thursday night. “I’m completely for it,” said James Winston, an attorney with offices on Main Street. “If
Rider Jayant Kumar Vodela is upset about people smoking… If you see somebody smoking in these areas, you don’t have to call 911. You can text transit police at MyMTPD (696873) or call 202-962-2121.
The new rules banning vaping and smoking e-cigarettes and marijuana at all outdoor dining areas of restaurants and bars in unincorporated county areas and on the periphery of any county facility are expected to be adopted early next year.
Montreal had originally said it would allow cannabis consumption in parks where tobacco smoking is permitted, but the new provincial government has other plans.
Sheffield City Council members voted 4-2 on Oct. 1 to adopt a new comprehensive non-smoking policy….plans of the Smoke Free Shoals organization to approach officials in Florence, Muscle Shoals and Tuscumbia…Initial feedback would seem to indicate the