TOPEKA Kan. Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson has indicated he will sign into law, and make effective July 1, a ban on smoking in restaurants, bars and other enclosed public and work places.The legislation, approved last week by the House of Representatives, in several ways frustrates the 1,000-member Kansas Restaurant & Hospitality Association in Wichita, although they have agreed to remain neutral. KRHA officials earlier had preferred a separate statewide smoking proposal, which would have ...

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