More than half of the nation’s restaurants and bars are now smoke-free by law, and as many as 70 percent are estimated to be that way by year’s end. With this movement apparently unstoppable, it is time to re-examine the hospitality industry’s long-held opposition to smoking bans and address the issue from a fresh prospective. Until last November, no statewide smoking ban had ever been passed when its state restaurant association opposed the legislation. Then, last November, a ...

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