Littleton, Colo. Passes Downtown Smoking Ban

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At its most recent meeting, the Littleton City Council narrowly carved out what some hope will be a patch of tobacco-free heaven, approving a proposal to ban smoking in its downtown core, a five block by two block area.

The ban, which passed by a 4-3 vote, will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2016 and applies to most outdoor spaces, which would leave only alleys, private parking lots that allow smoking and rooftop bars and rear-facing patios, according to the Littleton Independent. Retail tobacco shops, private residences, automobiles and businesses not open to the public and with less than three employees were among the areas excepted from the ban.

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Littleton is located 10 miles south of Denver and home to nearly 45,000 residents.

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