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[New York] Appeals Court Reverses Big Smoking Verdict Against Co-op

Braverman says the reversal is sure to elicit a sigh of relief from co-op boards. “The concern within the industry,” he says, “was that the (Supreme Court’s) language was quite sweeping. Co-op boards were, in effect, required to be ensurers of smoke-free
Habitat Magazine
added May 9, 2017 21:41

[Virginia] Hampton Roads public housing moving to smoke-free

The 75-year-old Houston lives in Asbury Place, a public housing complex in Hampton. By August 2018, apartments like his will be smoke-free. A new federal rule bans lit tobacco products from public housing, including Section 8 homes and apartments, across
Newport News (VA) Daily Press
added May 9, 2017 21:13

[UK] Should smoking in council homes be banned? City council has its say

CALLS for council tenants to be banned from smoking in their own homes have been dismissed by Oxford’s housing chief. Mike Rowley, of Oxford City Council, said people were already stopped from smoking in communal areas, gardens and stairwells, adding: “
Oxford Mail (uk)
added May 9, 2017 20:12
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[UK] Council tenants could be banned from smoking in their own homes

Council tenants could be banned from smoking in their own homes under radical new plans to combat the effects secondhand smoke. New tenants would be required to sign an agreement promising not to smoke in housing association or local authority propertie
added May 8, 2017 20:22

[UK] Smoking may be banned in new council homes, says health expert

Smoking could be banned in some new council homes in a bid to protect the health of children, a UK public health expert has said. Under the proposals, tenants would be asked to sign an agreement not to light up inside their home. President of the Faculty
BBC Online
added May 8, 2017 20:19
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[UK] Council tenants ‘must stop smoking’

Smoking should be banned in new council houses to protect children, a public health chief has said. Tenants would be required to sign an agreement not to smoke in new local authority or housing association homes. Smoking in cars carrying children has b
Times Of London (uk)
added May 7, 2017 19:40
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[UK] Smoking should be banned in council housing, public health chief says

“Housing associations and councils are looking at smoke-free housing buildings. Where children are involved I think there is a real case for it,” Dr John Middleton, president of the Faculty of Public Health, told The Sunday Times. Dr Middleton said he b
The Independent (uk)
added May 7, 2017 19:28

[Florida] Smoke-free apartments popular trend in housing

the movement is moving to other areas not typically labeled smoke-free. A new apartment complex in Bradenton is one of the first non-government housing facilities to offer – and require - residents the chance to live completely smoke-free.
WTVT Fox13 (Tampa Bay, FL)
added May 5, 2017 13:02

Can You Sue Over 'Thirdhand Smoke' Exposure?

If a baby is at risk for nicotine toxins left in carpets, does that mean her parents could sue their landlord for not telling them a smoker used to live in their apartment?... "If a landlord is deliberately deceiving a tenant, saying that smokers never l
How Stuff Works
added May 4, 2017 05:58

Echo Lake Apartments Recognized as Gold Certified

The Florida Apartment Association has recognized Echo Lake Apartments at Lakewood Ranch as a Gold Certified Smoke-Free Multifamily property. This certification signifies that there is no smoking throughout the entire community.
added May 2, 2017 19:11
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