Several Counties Consider Smoking Bans

Three northern Kentucky counties are considering smoking bans that would prohibit lighting up in public.

Boone, Kenton and Campbell counties are weighing whether or not to snuff out smoking in restaurants, bars, workplaces and other public areas.

Clark County is also moving forward with a ban. The county's Board of Health approved the legislation last week.

Smoking is banned in a total of 18 communities in Kentucky.


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  • by Brian Location: Ashland on Jun 16, 2008 at 06:22 PM
    Look at a particularly disturbing sentence in the next to the last paragraph...."The county's Board of Health approved the legislation last week"...ONCE AGAIN OFFICIALS NOT ELECTED by the people imposing their will upon us all.....whats happening here? Are we in a place where appointees decide for us rather than the ELECTED officials doing their jobs and allowing the public a voice in such an important issue?
  • by steve Location: irvine on Jun 16, 2008 at 04:52 PM
    Yea i do not even smoke but here goes some more of our freedom people when are we going to stand up to these nuts and slap them down have you had enough or are you just going to sit there and turn communist this is a shame .

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