PASADENA Calif. The Pasadena City Council on Monday adopted rules expanding a ban on smoking that would include outdoor shopping malls and dining areas, as well as public events such as the city’s annual Rose Parade. Six of the eight council members present on Monday approved the ordinance, which requires a second reading, scheduled for Oct. 27. The measure is expected to pass and would go into effect in late November, though health department officials said the rule would not be ...

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