RICHMOND Va. Virginia’s House of Delegates has approved a bill that would require restaurants that allow smoking to place a sign at the entrance publicizing the policy. The measure also would eliminate the legal obligation for operators to provide no-smoking sections in restaurants. House majority leader H. Morgan Griffith, R-Salem, the bill's sponsor, maintained that the legislation would help to persuade restaurateurs to go smoke-free. Griffith explained his rationale, saying his ...
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