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Italy Considers Expanded Smoking Bans

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Smoking in parks, beaches, stadiums, cars and on television and films could become illegal in Italy.

According to La Repubblica, Beatrice Lorenzin, the country’s health minister, is seeking a variety of stricter rules, likely starting with attempting to ban smoking in vehicles while children is present.

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Smoking is already banned in indoor public places—including bars—in the country.

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