Mobile, Ala. Expands Smoking Ban to Parks

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At its meeting on Tuesday, the city council of Mobile, Ala. approved an expansion of its existing smoking ban in public places that now covers city parks and all other city-owned or operated premises. The use of both smoked and smokeless tobacco is now prohibited, while electronic cigarettes and other vapor-based devices managed to avoid being prohibited.

The ordinance was approved by a 6-1 vote and comes just about three years since the city banned smoking in restaurants but allowed smokers in bars to keep lighting up.

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Mobile is home to just over 195,000 residents.

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