New Orleans Councilwoman Seeks Bar Smoking Ban

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New Orleans Councilwoman Latoya Cantrell is about to kick off on a city-wide campaign that she hopes will drum up support to make all bars in the city smoke-free.

Cantrell told WWNO.org that “this has been going on across the country for over a decade now, and so we have real facts that it is not a negative impact on our businesses.” She added that smoking bans increase revenues while making bars and lounges cheaper to maintain.

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Cantrell will begin the campaign at bars that are currently voluntarily smoke-free, adding that the city council could make the change without the need for a citywide election.

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