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Secondhand smoke inside airports puts air travelers and employees at risk

Air pollution from secondhand smoke five times higher outside smoking rooms and other designated smoking areas than in smoke-free airports
CDC - Centers for Disease Control
added Nov 20, 2012 14:04
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[Georgia] CDC: Hartsfield-Jackson is one of seven large airports that allow indoor smoking

Atlanta (GA) Journal-Constitution
added Nov 21, 2012 15:28
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30 of largest cities have comprehensive no-smoking laws, US says

Thirty of the 50 largest U.S. cities prohibit smoking indoors at all workplaces, restaurants and bars, the federal government reported. Just 12 years ago, only San Jose had such a law. As of Oct. 12, 16 of the largest cities had comprehensive smoke-free
Los Angeles Times
added Nov 17, 2012 18:44
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Smoking laws in Oklahoma City, Tulsa are weak compared to many major U.S. cities

Cities in Oklahoma are limited in what laws they can pass regarding smoking, an issue that was brought up in a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Oklahoman
added Nov 17, 2012 18:36
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[Oklahoma] Federal report cites Tulsa, OKC for weak laws on smoking

Oklahoma City and Tulsa are among six of the largest cities in the U.S. that have weak laws regarding secondhand smoke in public places, according to a federal government report released this week.
Tulsa (OK) World
added Nov 17, 2012 18:25
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60% Of Largest US Cities Now Have Smoke-Free Laws

Out of the 50 largest cities in America, 30 are now protected by smoke free laws which ban smoking from all indoor parts of bars, restaurants and private work areas, according to a recent report released by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Preve
Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Nov 17, 2012 18:21
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CDC Report Says Oklahoma Anti-Smoking Laws Lacking

Tulsa and Oklahoma City are among six cities nationwide singled out in a new report from the CDC for having weak laws protecting the public from exposure to harmful secondhand smoke.
News 9 WWTV (Oklahoma City, OK)
added Nov 16, 2012 15:08
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Majority of Biggest U.S. Cities Now Smoke-Free

Almost half of Americans protected from secondhand smoke, compared with 3 percent in 2000, CDC says
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Nov 15, 2012 22:16
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QuickStats: Current Smoking* Among Men Aged 25–64 Years, by Age Group and Veteran Status† — National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), United States, 2007–2010

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added Nov 15, 2012 21:16
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Comprehensive Smoke-Free Laws — 50 Largest U.S. Cities, 2000 and 2012

The analysis found that the number of these cities covered by local and/or state CSF laws increased from one city (2%) in 2000 to 30 cities (60%) in 2012. A total of 20 cities (40%) were not covered by a CSF law at either the local or state level in 2012,
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added Nov 15, 2012 21:14
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