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[Asia, Malaysia] Expert: Two-year grace period to ban smoking too long

The proposed two-year grace period for eateries to ban smoking is too long, said a tobacco control consultant. Universiti Putra Malaysia Tobacco Control’s Prof Dr Lekhraj Rampal said a six-month grace period should be adequate.
The Star (my)
added May 11, 2015 10:14

[Malaysia] Health ministry: Smoking ban not enforced yet

The ban on smoking at all eateries nationwide, including at open-air spaces without air-conditioning, is just a suggestion and will not be implemented yet, the Health Ministry said today. In a posting on the ministry’s website, Health Minister Datuk Seri
Sun Daily (my)
added May 10, 2015 12:11

[South Dakota] Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Bans Public Indoor Smoking

is the first tribe in South Dakota to ban smoking in indoor public spaces. The Smoke-Free Air Act bans smoking cigarettes inside restaurants, workplaces, and tribal offices. The act also requires that cigarette smoke be kept at least 50 feet away from bu
KELO 1320 AM / 107.9 FM (Sioux Falls, SD)
added May 10, 2015 11:23

[Asia, Malaysia] Smokers want non-smoking sections at restaurants maintained

smokers have urged the Health Ministry to allow restaurants to maintain smoking and non-smoking sections following its planned move to ban the habit in all eateries and parks nationwide. Company executive Benedict Ng said while the move would promote a h
The Star (my)
added May 10, 2015 08:58

[Asia, Malaysia] Space for smokers sought

Health Ministry is gathering feedback this month on the proposal to set aside 40% of space in non-air-conditioned eateries for smokers, instead of a total ban. Ministry official Dr Nor Aryana Hassan said the suggestion by the Malaysia-Singapore Coffee Sh
The Star (my)
added May 10, 2015 08:57

[Asia-pacific] Malaysia to ban smoking at parks, eateries

According to The Star today (May 9), the ministry said the ban will include even mamak stalls and food courts, apart from air-conditioned restaurants. Other areas to be gazetted as no smok
TODAYonline (sg)
added May 11, 2015 11:10

[Asia-pacific, Malaysia] No smoking at tea stalls and coffee shops soon

Smoking will be banned at tea stalls, coffee shops and food courts, as well as in public parks including theme parks. At present only air-conditioned restaurants, shopping centres and sheltered footpaths and highway rest-stops are affected, and offenders (my)
added May 9, 2015 11:42

[Asia, Malaysia] Smoking ban to be extended

Smoking will soon be banned at all eateries nationwide, even at open-air premises and those without air-conditioning. This will include mamak stalls, kopi tiam and food courts, according to a post on the Health Ministry website.
The Star (my)
added May 9, 2015 11:39

[Latin America, South America/Caribbean] Once Philip Morris Workers, Now They Clamp Down On Uruguay's Smokers

"They gathered us all, and officially and without any previous warning, tell us that management had decided to close the factory down," he says. The reason they gave was the excessive regulation of smoking in Uruguay....
National Public Radio (NPR)
added May 9, 2015 17:11

[California] Tiki-Ti is closed indefinitely -- but not forever, owner says

The Tiki-Ti has also been one of the few bars in California that still allow smoking indoors — it says that because it’s an owner-operated establishment with no employees, the state’s smoking ban does not apply.
Los Angeles Times
added May 7, 2015 14:12
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