RALEIGH N.C. The North Carolina Restaurant Association said it would support a bill banning smoking in all public places that is expected to be introduced to the state legislature on Tuesday, provided there are no last-minute amendments exempting some businesses, such as private clubs, from enforcement. “This is a complete ban of smoking, not what I’d call a ‘restaurant’ ban because it includes everybody,” said Paul Stone, president of the North Carolina Restaurant Association. “There ...

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