Newark, N.J. Eyes Park Smoking Bans

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On Wednesday, the Newark Municipal Council will hold a public hearing on a proposed extension of the city’s smoking ban which would ban smoking at parks.

If passed, the proposed law would fine violators $250 for the first offense, $500 for the second and $1,000 for each additional offense. In addition, the new law would extend the city’s smoking ban at senior facilities, city-owned cars and community centers. Also, smoking would be prohibited within 50 feet of any banned place, an extension from the 25 feet in the current law.

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Newark is New Jersey’s largest city with a population over 275,000. 

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