smoking ordinance

smoking ordinance

Any regulation or law that specifies where people may smoke (tobacco products), and where smoking is prohibited.
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Tyler, Texas: Tyler Texas Smoking Ordinance Communication Project
The penalties for offenses of having an intoxicated employee/manager and for selling below shelf price are the same as those for violation of the no smoking ordinance.
Warden, a moderate by Belmont standards, favored an exception for cars, because "I don't want to punish people who are driving into town who may not be familiar with the local smoking ordinance.
Results of logistic regression analyses indicated gender and smoking status to be significant predictors for perceived impact of the smoking ordinance on respondents' patronage to local establishments.
Patients who came from areas surrounding Helena, where the smoking ordinance was not in effect, served as a geographic control group.
The major local smoking ordinance variable is not statistically significant.
A few suggested that this could be attributed to the smoking ordinance, but with recessionary times there was no clear-cut reason for business failure.
In an effort to promote good health and limit exposure to secondhand smoke, the West Hollywood City Council has adopted and introduced the first reading of the Smoking Ordinance to prohibit smoking in outdoor dining and other public areas.
Peshawar, October 11, 2009 (Frontier Star): Expressing concern over the violation of the Prohibition of Smoking Ordinance 2002, health experts have urged the need of devising an efficient plan of action to ensure implementation of the said law to avoid tobacco hazards and to have a tobacco free society in the country.
Burbank adopted the smoking ordinance after Calabasas and Santa Monica adopted their own ordinances.
Lexington's Public Smoking Ordinance bans smoking in almost every public place including bars, restaurants, taverns, pool halls and bowling alleys.
HOUSTON -- With an unwavering determination, Houston Communities for Safe Indoor Air (HCSIA) will continue to educate Houstonians about safe indoor air and secondhand smoke as a public health threat despite a Houston City Council vote on March 9, approving an amendment to Houston's smoking ordinance that prohibits smoking in restaurant dining areas, but permits smoking in restaurants with ventilated, separate bar areas or in outdoor dining areas and free-standing bars.